Automatic caching in OS X 10.9 and MAMP 2.2

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KHIT93
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Automatic caching in OS X 10.9 and MAMP 2.2

Post by KHIT93 » Tue 29. Oct 2013, 18:23

Hi
I have recently reformatted my system and upgraded OS X Mavericks. After updating MAMP from version 2.1 to version 2.2 it looks like something is caching my scripts. Before upgrading all changes in my scripts were applied immediately after saving the file in my editor. In the updated version of OS X and MAMP it looks like my scripts are being cached, as they do not apply immediately after saving. It takes 1-2 minutes after saving the file until it applies. This happens even when clearing the caches in my browser or browsing in private browsing mode.

Now my questions is if this is something that is coming from OS X Mavericks or from MAMP?

KHIT93
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Re: Automatic caching in OS X 10.9 and MAMP 2.2

Post by KHIT93 » Tue 12. Nov 2013, 14:39

Anyone else experiencing these issues?

shmoyko
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Re: Automatic caching in OS X 10.9 and MAMP 2.2

Post by shmoyko » Thu 28. Nov 2013, 10:36

Yeah, me too.

I fixed it by commenting out all the lines containing "opcache" in /Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php5.5.3/conf/php.ini and then restarting the servers.

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Re: Automatic caching in OS X 10.9 and MAMP 2.2

Post by ZoeB » Thu 28. Nov 2013, 11:05

I'm experiencing the same issue. I've got caching set to "--" and greyed out anyway in MAMP as I'm using PHP 5.5.3, and the few-minutes-old version of the site will appear even if I load the same local page in a different web browser, so it seems unlikely to be a browser caching issue. Please let me know if you figure out a solution!

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Re: Automatic caching in OS X 10.9 and MAMP 2.2

Post by ZoeB » Wed 4. Dec 2013, 12:02

shmoyko wrote:I fixed it by commenting out all the lines containing "opcache" in /Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php5.5.3/conf/php.ini and then restarting the servers.
This fixed it for me too. Thank you so much!

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