[horde] General question to "horde-autoloader-cache-prune"

Arjen de Korte arjen+horde at de-korte.org
Tue May 20 13:02:28 UTC 2014

Citeren Arjen de Korte <arjen+horde at de-korte.org>:

> Citeren Patrick De Zordo <patrick at spamreducer.eu>:
>> Am 20.05.2014 12:13, schrieb Arjen de Korte:
>>> Not needed, APC will do this for you automatically. You can tune  
>>> this to some extent, see the variables that are shown by  
>>> phpinfo(), but I have never needed this. You'll want to keep an  
>>> eye on 'apc.php' for the next few days to see if you have  
>>> configured enough space. Some parts of Horde will slow down  
>>> significantly if you run out of cache space. If you have a large  
>>> userbase, you may need to increase this from the default value of  
>>> 64 MB (if memory serves).
>> For now the "Shared Memory" defaults to 32MBytes and I'll try with  
>> this default a couple of days..
> That is probably not going to be enough (even with just a handful of  
> users). It will work, but not optimal. The opcode cache for Horde  
> already uses something like 40 MB, so configuring less than that,  
> will mean that is won't cache everything (which from a performance  
> point of view is very desireable). If your server is not starved on  
> RAM, I would consider 64 MB minimum for APC.

Never mind. You're using APCu, which isn't an opcode cache, it's a  
user cache only. In that case, 32 MB will be plenty unless you have  
hundreds of users. For good measure, you may want to check if the  
OPcache is enabled (it probably is).
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