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[Resolved] /etc/init.d/php5-fpm restart

  • PHP Version 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.9
    MySQL Version 5.5.35
    WordPress 3.8
    Nginx 1.4.0
    APC (3.1.13)

    I enabled zlib ON in php.ini and this really cleaned up my apc caching, reduced fragmentation and all in all sped up sites on this vps box even more. Quick Cache is definitely working and I’ve always loved this plugin for it’s elegant simplicity. However, now when upgrading WP (or sometimes just a plugin) on one of the sites on this box I have to now manually purge the apc cache (php5-fpm restart) to kick the site back up. This is not good for some of the wp administrators who work in the back end but don’t have server access. Is there another setting I need to fix? Without Zlib ON everything was fine but I really feel I got an XX% speed boost by invoking it.

    Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated.

    Stu

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/quick-cache/

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