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I want to disable ojs internal caching because it doesn't completely work, and I believe it is interfering with xcache. I am using the latest stable (2.0) release of xcache.
I am a little puzzled as to why my cache directory (/ojs/cache) directory keeps growing.
I suspect there is some inefficiency in my caching scheme because when I look at the xcache admin's listing of php, I get the following as my number one
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Cache entry Hits↑ Refcount Size PhpShared SrcSize Modify device inode hash Access Create
php#1 349 /var/www/html/oncotarget/cache/fc-locale-03b174b61510807426c2a2c128f6a86a.php 1386 2774 50.08 K 2 14.71 K 6 h 51713 131582 3060 23 s 2 h
My configuration looks like
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; Choose the type of object data caching to use. Options are:
; - memcache: Use the memcache server configured below
; - xcache: Use the xcache variable store
; - apc: Use the APC variable store
; - none: Use no caching.
object_cache = none
; Enable memcache support
memcache_hostname = localhost
memcache_port = 11211
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The file-based caching and opcode caches should work in concert with each other. Can you describe the problems you're having?
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