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Old 9th May 2007, 07:06
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It is better to use .mo/.po files for do translation task? It is faster for php because .mo files are pre-compiled binary. There is not reading a bunch of tesxt strings for override vars. using pre-compiled translated string is a better way to save resources.

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I dont think that .mo or .po files are faster then the current solution. The .lng files are .php files that were included and parsed by the php interpreter itself which is written in C and not a (relatively slow) php script. I never experienced any load problems in the interface, in acse you have load problems you might install a PHP cache like apc to speed up the PHP on the server on port 81.
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Which is the best PHP Cache??

Zend?
eAccelerator
apc?

Which one do you recommend?

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I had made good experiences with eAccelerator and APC, But I do not benchmarked them. I have not tested Zend yet.
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Is any of these included with ISPConfig??? or is ISPC compatible with any of these softwares?

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None of this is included in ISPConfig but they are all compatible with ISPConfig.

Are you really sure that you need them. Did you have more then a few hundred thousands of users a month on port 81?? I never seen a ISPConfig installation that needed this for the controlpanale and I knew many. Otherwise you probably dont need this.
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None of this is included in ISPConfig but they are all compatible with ISPConfig.

Are you really sure that you need them. Did you have more then a few hundred thousands of users a month on port 81?? I never seen a ISPConfig installation that needed this for the controlpanale and I knew many. Otherwise you probably dont need this.
I don´t need it for Control Panel, I need it for Main Apache installation, I mean, port 80.

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I don´t need it for Control Panel, I need it for Main Apache installation, I mean, port 80.
This is something completely different and has nothing to do with ISPConfig PHP. You started this thread about the ISPConfig controlpanel language files.

The webserver and PHP on port 80 are from your linux distribution and not from ISPConfig, you can use any PHP version and modules that you like on port 80.
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This is something completely different and has nothing to do with ISPConfig PHP. You started this thread about the ISPConfig controlpanel language files.

The webserver and PHP on port 80 are from your linux distribution and not from ISPConfig, you can use any PHP version and modules that you like on port 80.
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