Support » Plugin: OPcache Manager » Automatic invalidation

  • Resolved jimmy19742

    (@jimmy19742)


    Hi Pierre!
    I have bumped up manually Opcache settings quite a lot.
    For example the memory is 192M, the buffer-64
    max accelerated files -70,000. Using both memory and the hard drive. It’s full with binary files ( the directory for Opcache)
    And so on. That’s why with Opcache Manager I’ve set up Opcache to be cleaned ( site invalidation) every hour. My cronjobs are on the server and work very well.

    But as I see from statistics and from the frontend ,it doesn’t clean it every hour which breaks some elements and functionalities on the site.

    I have an alternative which is to create a php file which consists of only one function like that :

    ?php
    opcache_reset();
    ?>

    And run it via cron every hour but I’m wondering why Opcache Manager is not doing it.

    Also via your awesome plugin Decalog I get all PHP events in my email and it comes as a PHP WARNING that Opcache is full.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance! It’s not urgent.

    • This topic was modified 11 months ago by jimmy19742. Reason: Missed to mention about Decalog emails

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  • jimmy19742

    (@jimmy19742)

    A mistake: it comes as a PHP ERROR and not as a PHP WARNING via Decalog.

    jimmy19742

    (@jimmy19742)

    Actually it’s working now. I don’t know what fixed it!
    Sorry for bothering You and marking it as resolved.

    Thank You for this great plugin too

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