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Old 01-17-2001, 06:59 PM   #1
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Since Zend still has not updated their optimizer for PHP 4.0.4 I have decided to try a new product. The product is afterBURNER*Cache from bware. Instead of trying to optimize the code it tries to speed things up by storing the php code in memory. I have heard some real good things about it, BUT I have also heard that some people have had problems with it. If you notice anything unusual please let me know ASAP. Also post if you notice a speed improvement, either good or bad. Thanks.
 
  


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