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Zend Optimizer vs Eaccelerator

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Fernis, Feb 18, 2007.

  1. Fernis

    Fernis Well-Known Member

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    Zend Optimizer vs Eaccelerator

    Which is better to run if I am runing php 5.2?

    Should they both be installed or just one or the other?
     
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    your comparing two different things zend loader makes php encoded by ZEND encoders viewable on your server
    Eaccelerator is a php accelerator

    you can safely install both
     
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    I understood that there is a Zend Loader and Optimizer.
     
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    The Zend Optimizer is a free application that runs the files encoded by the Zend Guard, while enhancing the performance of PHP applications

    its all at zend.com
     
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    I found out that you can use both of them if you want, they will work fine together.

    Zendoptimizer is for optimization, whereas eAccelarator is for caching.
     
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