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Old 21st March 2013, 16:30
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Default suphp and php caching - is it possible?

I've been trying to set up php caching for suphp using

xcache and

but it seems that any form of php caching will not work with suphp
because the cache files are created by the owner process which changes for each user when running under suPHP compared to the global insecure "nobody" account when not using it.

Before I take down suphp in favour of modphp just wanted to check for sure

Also, does anyone know what is involved going from suphp to modphp. I tried removing suphp,cfg from the config directory but all sorts of errors related to permissions came up. I'm guessing it is not a trivial task

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