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  1. Hello, I was having some trouble installing modules (they weren't showing up in the module manager) and so I deleted the contents of the folder site > assets > cache in the hope of fixing this problem. However, having done this any page I try to navigate to on the site (including the root /index.php) throws up a 500 Internal Sever Error. Does anyone have any idea about what might have gone wrong here? It's slightly worrying... Many thanks in advance for any help. b
  2. Hi there, If I do some conditional output, for example if($config->ajax) { echo 'something'; } else { echo 'somtething else'; } And then switch on cache for this particular page. I guess the first hit will determine what gets stored in the cache? The second hit will get the same results regardless. So that means I cant really have conditional output and caching at the same time, right? If I use ProCache, it's cached by URL instead, right? So then there can be multiple versions of the same page, depending on the URL? For example if I use #!, then the ?_escaped_fragment= version of the page would be cached separately, I suppose? Just trying to see If I understand how it works correctly thanks, J *edit: procache question
  3. Hello everyone, I have a question to Ryan and the PW experts here: in the upcoming PHP release 5.5.0 we are going to see Zend OPCache, a caching mechanism similar to APC. How does it compare to Cache Pro? Will Cache Pro still be needed if OPCache is used? Just a side note: I am buying CP as soon as my web project goes into production simply because I love PW and want to contribute. But will it decrease the page loading time any more than it will be possible with OPCache? Thank you.
  4. I have activated the Cache module and then configured the cache in Setup -> Templates -> Cache, where I have set the expiration to 3600 seconds for all my templates. When I run ApacheBench to stress the server, I am seeing exceptionally high load. My throughput is only ~10 requests/s despite the page being cached, and I can see high MySQL traffic, even though cache is supposedly activated. Is this expected behaviour? Are there any high-performance cache options available? (That preferrably don't query the DB at all when a cached page is requested.)
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