Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Introduction


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2006-05-21T06:00:18+02:00 (8 years ago)
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  • Introduction

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    44Yeah, i know them very well. 
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    6 I've noticed phpa long ago, the time while truck-mmcache is still under maintained actively. But saidly, phpa was almost dead after then, never catch up with newer version of php. So i used truck-mmcache for a period, but... it hang or crash repeatly after sometime online, under high load. I noticed apc later, but i read both apc/truck-mmcache] source for a long time, discovering that apc code is simpler and more beautiful than mmcache. So i turned to apc finally. mmcache forked eaccelerator, and they setup [http://www.eaccelerator.net www.eaccelerator.net], running [http://trac.edgewall.com/ trac]. 
     6I've noticed phpa long ago, the time while truck-mmcache is still under maintained actively. But saidly, phpa was almost dead after then, never catch up with newer version of php. So i used truck-mmcache for a period, but... it hang or crash repeatly after sometime online, under high load. I noticed apc later, but i read both apc/truck-mmcache] source for a long time (I can't write XCache if haven't read them), discovering that apc code is simpler and more beautiful than mmcache's. So i turned to apc finally. mmcache forked eaccelerator, and they setup [http://www.eaccelerator.net www.eaccelerator.net], running [http://trac.edgewall.com/ trac]. 
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    88== But why do you write XCache after that? Why not contribute to ea/apc? ==