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|#229||fixed||Reching of var_cache RAM limit cause Apache to swap alot||moo||wips|
We have 128M limit for variables cache. On some of our servers it may be reached sometimes. And after that happens Apache start slowly swapping on HDD until it reaches max swap size (16G) allowed by OS, which causing unpredictable server behavior.
One interesting thing about it, is that swap grows to its limit when server isn't loaded (we have pure night traffic and high load at work time). But while server is under high load, everything works approximately as it should be. You can see this situation on a picture below (it's an MRTG graph of free/used memory).
At present time problem solved by rolling back to 1.2.2 version, but it has other bug - http://xcache.lighttpd.net/ticket/152, which is critical for us too.
System params: FreeBSD 7.1, PHP 5.2.9, XCache 1.3.0 (1.2.2), RAM - 4G, max swap size - 16GB, Apache 2.11.
|#330||fixed||Compilation failure windows xcache 3.0.3||moo||weltling|
Well, the config.w32 is very complicated. All that rexeg magic over m4, so here's an error. Please consider the attached patch, multiple occurences of the XCACHE_INDENT need 'g' flag.
|#262||invalid||Can't disable the xcache.admin.enable_auth||moo||wattaman|
Well, like the title said :) In the xcache.ini I put this:
[xcache.admin] xcache.admin.auth = Off ; xcache.admin.user = "admin" ; xcache.admin.pass = md5($your_password) ; xcache.admin.pass = ""
then restarted the server. doing a phpinfo I see that:
xcache.admin.enable_auth On On
I'm using the WT3 cache plugin for Wordpress and the Apache error log says that the plugin (some file) can't use the xCache because doesn't know the admin/pass credentials - it should run if the admin would be disabled. So, that's what I'm trying to do: disable the admin to the Wordpress can use the xCache. Thanks!