PHP performance: oPcache Control Panels

Originally published at: PHP performance: oPcache Control Panels

OPcache is a PHP extension that improves PHP performance by storing precompiled script bytecode in shared memory, thereby removing the need for PHP to load and parse scripts on each request. The extension is built-in for PHP 5.5+. If you want to improve PHP performance, the first step should be to use PHP 8+, which…

Thanks for link to CacheTool, that looks fantastic.

I’ve only ever used a GUI tool for Opcache with limited functionality so this will be super nice to have. Invalidating scripts via cron seems like it will be especially useful.

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CacheTools looks great, but I’m a bit stuck on how to get it working. I’m a noob, please bare with me.
I don’t use fastcgi, I’m using lsphp. What should replace --fcgi in the command?

Once I (hopefully) get this working, should I password protect it? Not sure if it contains sensitive info or not.