Rakaris Bakaris

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Hello!
If I understand correctly, than a Redis Cache is not compatible with CPanel's opcache on EA4. As we need to implement some caching, I have the question:
The server has custom software, Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress web pages. What cons / pros from security, performance and administration point of view if:
  • the opcache + php-FPM is used
  • the Redis with multiple instances + php-FPM is used
How can evaluate the Redis cache / opcache impact on RAM?
Any other suggestions / experience?

Thanks!
 

Rakaris Bakaris

Well-Known Member
Jan 8, 2015
73
3
8
cPanel Access Level
Root Administrator
Hello!
If I understand correctly, than a Redis Cache is not compatible with CPanel's opcache on EA4. As we need to implement some caching, I have the question:
The server has custom software, Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress web pages. What cons / pros from security, performance and administration point of view if:
  • the opcache + php-FPM is used
  • the Redis with multiple instances + php-FPM is used
How can evaluate the Redis cache / opcache impact on RAM?
Any other suggestions / experience?

Thanks!
Just one clarification:
Is my assumption correct that Redis is considered as Opcache+Application Cache and is not compatible with Cpanel's Opcache?
Thanks!
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello,

You may find some of the discussion on the following thread helpful:

Is "All PHP Options + OpCache" option safe to use?

As far as Redis, check out the discussion under the comments section on the following feature request to see discussion on it:

Redis cache For cpanel

You may want to seek user-feedback on a website where optimization requests are more frequent (e.g. StackOverflow) if you don't receive any user-feedback on your topic here. Otherwise, we offer a list of companies offering system administration services at:

System Administration Services | cPanel Forums

Thank you.