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[Plugin: WP Super Cache] once i tested apc opcode cache plugin was faster thn wp-cache (2 posts)

  1. qdinar
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    once i tested apc opcode cache plugin was little faster than wp-cache , if i am not mistaken.
    so there is an idea to use it with super-cache instead of wp-cache (for users who has commented and others). but i have now understood that wp-cache can be used commonly while apc cache is not.
    and it was a little faster, so it probably is not worth(?) to(?) do.
    13:58 gmt: this is that apc opcode cache: http://quentin.unblog.fr/wordpress-mu-wpmu/wpmu-caching/wpmu-object-cache-using-apc/
    it has other 2 older versions.

  2. qdinar
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    i mistakenly wrote "was faster then wp-cache" first and then edited, but could not edit what is in title of post.
    i said: "so there is an idea to use it with super-cache instead of wp-cache".
    apc-cache was installed along with super-cache, and apc-cache alone worked faster than when wp-cache also worked. there is option to switch super-cache off, half on - it is always wp-cache and "on" - it is super-cache for guests and wp-cache for some users, is not it possible to make it this way: super cache for guests and no-cache for some users, and then apc-cache or other cache, for example, maybe, xcache or eaccelerator opcode cache, would run for those users whom dynamic pages are served, i think.

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