My goal is to implement APC for opcode cache for a drupal 6 production site.
I have so far tested APC with several php files with and without including other php files with include_once.
Also tried to tweak the apc.ini values for shm_size, apc.include_once_override and apc.stat.
Restarted apache every time.
Resulting in apc.php not showing any changes in any values. (except of course the changed apc.ini values are shown as they should)
Every time i refresh the apc.php test page, the start time resets as the current time showing uptime 0 minutes.
apc.php -testpage shows:
General Cache InformationAPC Version 3.1.9 PHP Version 5.2.10 APC Host xxxx.xx.xx Server Software Apache/2.2.3 (CentOS) Shared Memory 1 Segment(s) with 128.0 MBytes (mmap memory, pthread mutex Locks locking) Start Time 2011/07/26 11:53:56 Uptime 0 minutes File Upload Support 1 Cached Files 0 ( 0.0 Bytes) Hits 1 Misses 1 Request Rate (hits, misses) 2.00 cache requests/second Hit Rate 1.00 cache requests/second Miss Rate 1.00 cache requests/second Insert Rate 0.00 cache requests/second Cache full count 0 Cached Variables 0 ( 0.0 Bytes) Hits 0 Misses 0 Request Rate (hits, misses) 0.00 cache requests/second Hit Rate 0.00 cache requests/second Miss Rate 0.00 cache requests/second Insert Rate 0.00 cache requests/second Cache full count 0 apc.cache_by_default 1 apc.canonicalize 1 apc.coredump_unmap 0 apc.enable_cli 0 apc.enabled 1 apc.file_md5 0 apc.file_update_protection 2 apc.filters apc.gc_ttl 3600 apc.include_once_override 0 apc.lazy_classes 0 apc.lazy_functions 0 apc.max_file_size 16 apc.mmap_file_mask /tmp/apcphp5.095eRm apc.num_files_hint 1024 apc.preload_path apc.report_autofilter 0 apc.rfc1867 0 apc.rfc1867_freq 0 apc.rfc1867_name APC_UPLOAD_PROGRESS apc.rfc1867_prefix upload_ apc.rfc1867_ttl 3600 apc.serializer default apc.shm_segments 1 apc.shm_size 128M apc.slam_defense 0 apc.stat 0 apc.stat_ctime 0 apc.ttl 7200 apc.use_request_time 1 apc.user_entries_hint 4096 apc.user_ttl 7200 apc.write_lock 1 Host Status Diagrams: Free: 128.0 MBytes (100.0%) Hits: 1 (50.0%) Used: 20.3 KBytes (0.0%) Misses: 1 (50.0%) Detailed Memory Usage and Fragmentation: Fragmentation: 0%
Server API CGI/FastCGI APC: Version 3.1.9 APC Debugging Enabled MMAP Support Enabled MMAP File Mask /tmp/apcphp5.JkKDk7 Locking type pthread mutex Locks Serialization Support php Revision $Revision: 308812 $ Build Date Jul 21 2011 14:31:12
I followed these steps to find if suexec settings would prevent caching:
[[email protected] /]# ps -ef|grep lsphp root 20402 17833 0 11:21 pts/0 00:00:00 grep lsphp [[email protected] /]# ps -waux root 17833 0.0 0.1 5004 1484 pts/0 S 10:39 0:00 bash
..indicates that there is no lsphp running on the host
also I read the following article and comments, concluding that in my case the problem is not the suexec as the user apache is the httpd process owner
also suexec command is not recognized when logged and launced as root @ host
also i’m almost confident that there is no cPanel running on the host to check if a setting there would reset the running cache process at some interval
This leaves me with few clues where to head next.
I tried to set (with chown and chgrp) apache as the owner of the apc.php file and some test php files resulting in 500 server error.
Is there a way to check if the file permissions prevent the apc stay running?
I’m tremendously grateful for any suggestions or help.
Your configuration shows that
apc.max_file_size is set to
16 bytes. So no file larger than 16 bytes (and ALL of them are!) will be cached. I would reset this to the default of
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