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  1. #1
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    Eaccelerator 0.9.6 with PHP 5.3

    Anyone know if this combo play along nicely?

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    From http://eaccelerator.net/ :
    The latest release, 0.9.6, features support for PHP 5.3 and also works with PHP 5.1 and 5.2.
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    yes, Eaccelerator works fine with php 5.3. You can install Eaccelerator in your server and check, if it does not work as expected you can always remove it.
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    I'm looking for others with experience using this combo. The thing is I don't want to put it on a busy production server. I know there were issues with the prior versions so I'm hesitant.

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    I using eaccelerator 0.9.6 and php 5.3.2 without any problem.
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    I've been using 0.9.6 with php 5.2.11 for about a week now and have had no issues.

    This was after APC and xcache both gave me serious problems. see here: http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=940125

    In my experience, eaccelerator is the most stable of the caches.

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    Eaccelerator is, in fact the most stable of the cache systems, yes.
    Does it work with 5.3? I haven't heard differently, though I don't use 5.3 (yet).

    The real question is Zend and ion. Both products are stalling like mad and haven't released a "stable" 5.3.x product yet, despite it being close to 2 years stable now.

    Best bet? Stay away from php 5.3 for now!
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