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[nycphp-talk] php accelerators

max goldberg max at idsociety.com
Mon Aug 18 09:52:31 EDT 2003


There was a product I was playing with on Thursday (pre-blackout) called
Turck MMCache (http://www.turcksoft.com/en/e_mmc.htm). The install
seemed pretty straight forward and easy. I haven't looked into the
actual results yet, but if this thread is still going when I do, I will
post again.

-Max


Jeff Knight wrote:
> Just bear in mind that if you're going to use the Zend Encoder/Safeguard
> Suite, you're going to have to run Zend Optimizer which is incompatible
> with ionCube (which is so easy to install and use, I'd forgotten that I
> installed it on one of my servers).
> 
> On Thursday, August 14, 2003, at 12:28  PM, Chris Snyder wrote:
> 
>> Love ionCube (now called php_accelerator). Best ten minutes of code
>> optimization I ever spent.
>>
>> I've seen benchmark test of the various pre-compilers, and the
>> conclusion I reached was that if you're really after tip-top
>> performance you should do your own benchmarks. But it's definitely the
>> way to go in general.
>>
>>    chris.
>>
>> Lee Semel wrote:
>>
>>> Has anyone used Zend Accelerator, ionCube, or any other php
>>> acceleration software?  Any opinions, good or bad?
>>>
>>
>>
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