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apc_compile_file

(PECL apc >= 3.0.13)

apc_compile_file Stores a file in the bytecode cache, bypassing all filters.

Descrizione

mixed apc_compile_file ( string $filename [, bool $atomic = true ] )

Stores a file in the bytecode cache, bypassing all filters.

Elenco dei parametri

filename

Full or relative path to a PHP file that will be compiled and stored in the bytecode cache.

Valori restituiti

Restituisce TRUE in caso di successo, FALSE in caso di fallimento.

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Glen
5 years ago
There are reasons to use this routine.  I can think of two:

- a busy website will have multiple web servers, and before one is brought online (via load balancer), the cache is built.  This prevents problems of having too many cache misses in a short period on your entire code base, which could be massive, and cause problems.

- a website where the apc.stat flag is set to zero.  That setting provides significant performance savings because no 'stat' needs to be performed on PHP code files.  But they are not automatically rebuilt when changed.  So what do you do when your code changes?  Restart Apache, or manually clearing the APC cache with apc_clear_cache() - but both will clear the entire cache.  There may be cases where it is much better to recompile select files instead.  Some sites store data (that rarely changes) in PHP code to make good use of the opcode cache, updating that file and selectively compiling it would make writes efficient too.
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Andrea Giammarchi
6 years ago
This is a simple way to cache a project entirely.

<?php // apc_compile_dir.php
function apc_compile_dir($root, $recursively = true){
   
$compiled   = true;
    switch(
$recursively){
        case   
true:
            foreach(
glob($root.DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR.'*', GLOB_ONLYDIR) as $dir)
               
$compiled   = $compiled && apc_compile_dir($dir, $recursively);
        case   
false:
            foreach(
glob($root.DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR.'*.php') as $file)
               
$compiled   = $compiled && apc_compile_file($file);
            break;
    }
    return 
$compiled;
}
?>

This is an example on how to use the function to compile your project.
<?php
echo    '<pre>'.PHP_EOL;
if(
function_exists('apc_compile_file')){
   
define('APC_CLEAR_CACHE',           true);
   
define('APC_COMPILE_RECURSIVELY',   true);
   
define('APC_COMPILE_DIR',           '.');
    require
'apc_compile_dir.php';
    echo   
'APC Directory Compiler '.gmdate('Y-m-d H:i:s').PHP_EOL;
    echo   
PHP_EOL.'-------------------------'.PHP_EOL;
    if(
APC_CLEAR_CACHE){
        echo    (
apc_clear_cache() ? 'Cache Cleaned' : 'Cache Not Cleaned').PHP_EOL;
       
var_dump(apc_cache_info());
        echo   
PHP_EOL.'-------------------------'.PHP_EOL;
    }
    echo   
'Runtime Errors'.PHP_EOL;
    echo    (
apc_compile_dir(APC_COMPILE_DIR, APC_COMPILE_RECURSIVELY) ? 'Cache Created' : 'Cache Not Created').PHP_EOL;
    echo   
PHP_EOL.'-------------------------'.PHP_EOL;
   
var_dump(apc_cache_info());
}
else
    echo   
'APC is not present, nothing to do.'.PHP_EOL;
echo   
'</pre>';
?>
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