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Old 12th May 2006, 21:49
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Default Would it be possible to integrate eaccelerator in ISPC to speed it more up?

I now how to integrate eaccelerator for the port 80 apache but I don't know how to integrate it in the ISPC apache.

Did someone tryed something like that?
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Old 12th May 2006, 22:05
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You can do it, but normally ISPConfig doesn't become a bottleneck. How often do you use ISPConfig to configure something, and then compare this to the load caused by a multi-million page view web site.
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Default Just impatient

I think he is just impatient not really trying to do it for any other reason. Not to say that I blame him honestly. I am impatient myself.

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