Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of Introduction


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2006-09-13T11:36:20+02:00 (8 years ago)
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  • Introduction

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    99Yeah, i know them very well. 
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    11 I noticed phpa (PHP Accelerator) long ago, as well as the time while truck-mmcache was still under maintained actively. But sadly phpa's project died and never updated it's code to support newly released versions of PHP. So i used truck-mmcache for a period of time, but... it hang or crash continously after being under high load. I noticed APC later, but I've been reading 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 beautiful than mmcache's. Features are good, but i believe the stability is more important. So I finally turned to run APC online -- simpler often means more stable. mmcache forked eaccelerator later, and they setup [http://www.eaccelerator.net www.eaccelerator.net], running [http://trac.edgewall.com/ trac]. 
     11I noticed phpa (PHP Accelerator) long ago, and looked at truck-mmcache around the time it was still being actively maintained. Sadly phpa's project died and never updated its code to support newly released versions of PHP. So I used truck-mmcache for a period of time, but... it hanged or crashed continously after being under high load. I noticed APC later, but I've been reading both APC/truck-mmcache source for a long time (I couldn't have writen XCache if I hadn't read them), discovering that APC code is simpler and more beautiful than mmcache's. Features are good, but I believe that stability is more important. So I finally turned to run APC online -- simpler often means more stable. mmcache forked eaccelerator later and they setup [http://www.eaccelerator.net www.eaccelerator.net], running [http://trac.edgewall.com/ trac]. 
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    1313== But why do you write XCache after that? Why not contribute to ea/apc? ==