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|#121||invalid||xcache ignores mtime of cached files.||moo||alexo|
Not sure if it's bug or 'feature', but I want modified files to be recached instead of cleaning up whole cache using apachectl graceful.
|#37||fixed||xcache_get SEGV using objects||moo||judas_iscariote|
PHP 5.1.6 xcache_get SEGV with objects.
<?php //php built in stdClass xcache_set("foo" , new stdClass); var_dump(xcache_get("foo")); ?>
well, I expect either and error if objects are not supported, or the actual stored object var_dump'ed but not a segv :)
|#264||fixed||xcache fails with hardlinked sources and gallery2||moo||Der_Judge|
I'm running several servers with Gentoo Linux. Gentoo Linux uses a concept of hardlinking sources of php apps to achieve multiple goals:
In short: There are many pluses by using this concept, which is why many other people are using this concept besides from Gentoo, too.
On the xcache website is a list of tested applications, including Gallery2. I'm using Gallery2 with xcache and hardlinked sources on my server and I'm encountering the same issue with xcache now which I encountered using eaccelerator:
When xcache is active, on _every_ site that content of the gallery is shown, which first hit the cache. For example: You are running a gallery2 at http://www.example.org/gallery2 , another one at http://www.example.org/gallery2-new and a third one at http://www.example2.org/gallery2 on the same server and xcache is active. Now someone accesses http://www.example.org/gallery2 and afterwards the other ones. This will result in that way, that everyone who visits _any_ of these galleries will see the content of http://www.example.org/gallery2 .
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