Php Accelerators

APC binaries for PHP 4.x (windows builds)

Updated: APC download using latest code (3.0.11).

Please find following the compiled binaries of APC for Windows using Microsoft VC++ 6. For PHP 5 versions (following link should be updated soon): PHP APC binaries for PHP 5.x.
If you need a version not offered here, let us know (post comment).

APC binaries for PHP 5.x (windows builds)

Updated: APC download using latest code (3.0.12p2).

eAccelerator

We have been using this PHP accelerator (0.9.X), on multiple servers, for a long time. It's used on some high traffic sites without any problem.

Install:
a) Download a copy of eAccelerator that is compatible with your version of PHP.
This can be an issue with eAccelerator. Sometimes it can take a little time before the Windows binaries are available for the most recent version of PHP.

eAccelerator binaries for PHP 5.3+ (windows builds) Part 2

For the Windows eAccelerator for php 5.x (pre PHP 5.3) visit :eAccelerator binaries for PHP 5.x (pre 5.3).

eAccelerator download using latest code (0.9.6.1 with PHP 5.3.3).

Older eAccelerator Releases

Older versions of eAccelerator.

For more current version of eAccelerator for PHP4 or eAccelerator for PHP5

Running Apache + PHP + Accelerators under Windows 2003

I have been getting some instability running Apache with PHP + Accelerators under Windows 2003. I will log my finds in this article. Visit regularly for updates. I ended up running 7 Apaches on a Windows 2003 Server to test all different kinds of configurations. Recently because it was becoming complex, I started logging my finds. This page is probably for the hardcore debugging type...

Mitigating factors:
- Most crash seem to happen because of load (with very low traffic you might never experience problems).
- My PHP applications are very demanding. Especially Gallery2 which relies on external libraries for processing images. Again other PHP applications might not experience these problems.
-If you have issues with IIS, these finding might also be applicable.

Xcache a new PHP accelerator ? (updated version 1.0.2)

It looks like the author of Xcache grew frustrated with the current offering of PHP accelerators and decided to build a simple stable PHP accelerator. For example, eAccelerator works perfectly on multiple servers here but on others it crashes multiple times a day. I'm still investigating this: eAccelerator crash

eAccelerator crash

eAccelerator crash (Updated)

I've created an article to try to track what works and what doesn't: Running Apache + PHP + Accelerators under Windows 2003

After moving a site with some traffic to an Apache 2.2.x server, I have been getting multiple Apache crash per day. Before I was only getting these about once a week. Here is what the error looks like in the Apache error.log:

eAccelerator binaries for PHP 4.x (windows builds)

Update: eAccelerator compiled using latest code (0.9.5 RC1). I also recompiled a new version of 0.9.4 code (trying to resolve: getting multiple Apache 2.2.2 crash, per day, using eAccelerator with PHP 4.4.3).

Please find following the compiled binaries of eAccelerator for Windows

APC problem with Gallery 2

Under Apache 2.2.2 and 2.0.55 using APC (3.0.11-dev) I could not delete an image using Gallery2.

My temporary solution is to disable caching of Gallery2 classes in APC with:

apc.filters="-g2.*\.class"

 

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