On Tue, 2013-04-16 at 09:47 +0200, Remi Collet wrote:
PHP opcode cache is a very important feature for sites with large traffic.
APC is mostly a dead project.
No stable release for php 5.4, lot of issues.
Upstream move most of dev resources to new "Zend OPcache" which will be
the official opcode cache, integrated in PHP 5.5.0
To be able to drop this package, we need
1/ php-pecl-zendopcache, the Zend OPcache for php 5.3 / 5.4
Target version is EPEL-6 and Fedora <= 18 as Fedora >= 19 already have
php-opcache (subpackage of main php, same code)
2/ php-pecl-apcu, APCu, the drop-in replacement of APC for user data cache.
Target versions : Fedora >= 18 and EPEL-6
Please, review this.
So, I just updated my webserver from F17 to F19. php-pecl-apc was not
replaced by php-opcache, and I don't see any specific instructions in
the release notes about this. I assume I should manually replace
php-pecl-apc with php-opcache?
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