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    Caching PHP...

    Hey,

    I have some heavy sites coded with PHP,
    Each user request sometimes make the CPU jumps to 80%,

    I'm thinking about deploying some caching system,

    Anyone can give me some tips about this issue?
    I know about ionCube & MMCache, there's anything better? (except the Zend performance suite which costs thousands?)
    Or if no, which one should I use? any tips?


    thanks,

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    turck mmcache is the best. give it an install, crank up the amount of cache, and watch your loads drop.

    If you have heavy database loads, check if your backend supports a query cache, tweaking that can help a lot.

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    Yes, i agree with Opsz, Turck MMache, is an awesome peice of software. Beats the pants off Zend and PHPA hands down!
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    any good link to MMache tetorials or guide ?
    thanks

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    Ye, thanks, I'll give it a try..

    Although implementing cache requires some code modification anyway, you can't just "deploy" it...


    I'll give MMcache a try, I guess it will not work very well with PHP5 though.

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