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  • Enabling Filecache Slow Down AdminCP

    Hello,

    When i uncomment this line from config.php

    Code:
    $config['Datastore']['class'] = 'vB_Datastore_Filecache';
    AdminCP become extremely slow but rest of forum is ok, any idea why this is happening and how to solve it ?

  • #2
    Dont uncomment it. Problem solved.
    Baby, I was born this way

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    • #3
      This would only be useful in some very specific circumstances. Using the filesystem shouldn't be used for most customers.
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      Wayne Luke
      The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
      vBulletin 5 API - Full / Mobile
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Paul M View Post
        Dont uncomment it. Problem solved.
        It makes forum faster with opcache. When i disable it there is an obvious performance decline. Seriously guys "dont uncomment it then problem solved" this is all you can say? This must be a joke right?

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        • #5

          We recommend that you use memcached for storing the datastore.
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          Wayne Luke
          The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
          vBulletin 5 API - Full / Mobile
          Vote for your favorite feature requests and the bugs you want to see fixed.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
            We recommend that you use memcached for storing the datastore.
            Thank you, that was going to be my question as to whether that needed to be uncommented if using memcached.

            Enjoy,
            William

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            • #7
              Originally posted by blue7 View Post

              It makes forum faster with opcache. When i disable it there is an obvious performance decline. Seriously guys "dont uncomment it then problem solved" this is all you can say? This must be a joke right?
              No, its not a joke, you made a change which you apparently didnt understand, and complained it made the site slower.
              If you understood what you had done, you would know its probably going to slow the site down.
              Dont go making changes unless you understand what you are doing. That line, btw, has nothing to do with opcache, at all.

              Thank you, that was going to be my question as to whether that needed to be uncommented if using memcached.
              Memcache will work, but its only really better if you run multiple web servers.
              For simple single server usage & vB3.8.11 & 4.2.5 - you are better off just using APCu,
              Baby, I was born this way

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Paul M View Post

                No, its not a joke, you made a change which you apparently didnt understand, and complained it made the site slower.
                If you understood what you had done, you would know its probably going to slow the site down.
                Dont go making changes unless you understand what you are doing. That line, btw, has nothing to do with opcache, at all.



                Memcache will work, but its only really better if you run multiple web servers.
                For simple single server usage & vB3.8.11 & 4.2.5 - you are better off just using APCu,
                You made a comment without reading and understanding it completely. Filecache didnt slown down my entire website actually it made the website much faster than it is. Just having issue with admincp thats all. I've asked if there is solution to solve admincp problem (like exclude admincp being to be cached by filecache or something else...) i didnt complained about it, dont be so rude.

                Btw i've never claimed that filecache and opcache is somehow related to each other, i've just said they both together makes site faster.

                If you think i did something without understanding it then please explain to me what is filecache for and what its side effects instead of choosing easy way just tell me "dont activate it". Your approach and answer is really so annoying. Wayne's answer was much better and friendly, if you dont know how to deal with your customers then just watch Wayne and people like him and learn something!
                Last edited by blue7; Thu 13th Apr '17, 5:41am.

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                • #9
                  I understood your comment just fine, and I'm not really bothered if you like my answer or not, nor am I going to get into a debate about it.

                  Baby, I was born this way

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