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[Resolved] [Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Memcached and Opcode for Multi-Server Setup

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  • You will still need APC if you want opcode. However, you do not need to configure W3TC for anything APC related. Just modify the settings previously using APC to now use memcached.

    APC opcode is handled by PHP itself, as long as the APC module is loaded, it is not handled in the application code.

    What you had configured in W3TC to use APC previously is just related to object storage, which memcached will now handle.

    Android63
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    @android63

    Thanks Matt. I’ll give it a try shortly.

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes
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    @fredericktownes

    You’ll want APC anyway to speed up normal PHP performance and then for your page caching selecting memcached as the engine and entering the elasticache details is the way to go for page caching (for example) provided you have the pecl memcache PHP extension installed on your EC2 instance.

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