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Windows Cache Extension for PHP
Cache or Application Pool resetting for unknown reason
Last post Jul 22, 2011 07:08 PM by HCamper
Jul 20, 2011 04:42 PM|scgjimenez|LINK
I am running
Windows Server 2008 R2
my php.ini values are below
extension = php_wincache.dll
wincache.fcenabled = 1
wincache.fcachesize = 255
wincache.ocachesize = 255
wincache.ucachesize = 50
wincache.acachesize = 50
wincache.chkinterval = 1
wincache.ttlmax = 0
Ive also renamed my application pool to my_website_name_edu to replace the periods with slashes
The cache or the application pool happens to reset at unknown times for unknown reasons. It doesnt seam to last longer then an hour.
WinCache runs fine and speedy when the cache is set, the cache size never gets close to reaching its max that would cause it to reset. Im monitoring this using the wincache.php statistics page
In need of some help as im not sure where to look as to why the cache keeps resetting. Even checking the Event Viewer gives me no insight.
Jul 20, 2011 06:35 PM|HCamper|LINK
I suggest check this thread http://forums.iis.net/t/1169832.aspx
you get the latest development version
at the Source Forge site.
Jul 22, 2011 05:28 PM|scgjimenez|LINK
I have downloaded any manually installed WinCache version 1.2.614.0.
My cache still only lasts about an hour and then refreshes. I get no errors in Event viewer to show. Im not sure if im this is a wincache or an iis issue. The website has its own application pool with idle time-out of 1440 and Recycling regular time 1740
my php.ini values remain the same as listed in 1st entry
Jul 22, 2011 07:08 PM|HCamper|LINK
When you have problems with PHP engine or IIS Server the Event Viewer is not the place to check.
I suggest you use IIS Net guide http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/772/troubleshoot-with-failed-request-tracing/
to use Failed Request Tracing for find the errors.
The other source of information is the IIS Server logs which will status codes with time and Failures or Success for requests.
You can get Log Parser from the Microsoft Download Center then process IIS Server logs and
look for patterns