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opcache_compile_file

(PHP 5 >= 5.5.5, PHP 7, PHP 8, PECL ZendOpcache > 7.0.2)

opcache_compile_fileCompiles and caches a PHP script without executing it

Descripción

opcache_compile_file(string $filename): bool

This function compiles a PHP script and adds it to the opcode cache without executing it. This can be used to prime the cache after a Web server restart by pre-caching files that will be included in later requests.

Parámetros

filename

The path to the PHP script to be compiled.

Valores devueltos

Returns true if filename was compiled successfully o false en caso de error.

Errores/Excepciones

If filename cannot be loaded or compiled, an error of level E_WARNING is generated. You may use @ to suppress this warning.

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IceNV
3 years ago
Be aware that opcache will only compile and cache files older than the script execution start.

For instance, if you use a script to generate cache files (e.g. you don't have access to shmop and rely on opcache for in-memory data caching instead), opcache_compile_file will not include the generated file in the cache, because its modification time is after the script start.

The workaround is to use touch() to set a date before the script execution date, then opcache will compile and cache the generated file.
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