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sure you do! its these ones

<IfModule prefork.c>

StartServers 8

MinSpareServers 5

MaxSpareServers 12

ServerLimit 50

MaxClients 50

MaxRequestsPerChild 4000

</IfModule>

<IfModule worker.c>

StartServers 6

MaxClients 150

MinSpareThreads 25

MaxSpareThreads 75

ThreadsPerChild 25

MaxRequestsPerChild 0

</IfModule>

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Please explain what in the hell you guys are talking about... lol

Ahh, you'd think I'd know what you're talking about... but I've never heard of those modules.

You would think of all people on this site at least you would know what the hell we are talking about. lol.

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D why would you use eAccelerator over something like memcache , is it more image friendly ?

In my case it just seems more friendly memory wise, a little faster and works best with one of my PHP scripts. Ever file on my site is downloaded through a PHP script and memcache just seemed to mess that up. It was caching the script for files that were for a different file. eAccelerator doesn't do that.

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i disabled xcache yesterday because i discovered it was causing heavy load on my server, sometimes spiking the cpu into the 2.00 range when loading a webpage so i switched to zend temporarily because i know it works fine with worker

edit: thanks dlewis23 for recommending eAccelerator, i compiled it a few moments ago restarted apache and couldn't be happier with its performance btw it works like a dream with worker even handling 950 Requests a minute (15.8 requests every second) i was still seeing page load times of .44 seconds... i'm sure thats more load then my server will ever see. so under no load at all i'm seeing .15-.22 load times

thanks again

~ TriRan

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