Enabling apc.rfc1867

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Brade
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Enabling apc.rfc1867

Post by Brade » Thu 14. Feb 2013, 14:35

Tried the following instructions (namely step 2) for enabling RFC 1867 and it doesn't work:
http://code.google.com/p/mollify/wiki/H ... essDisplay

Somehow I think MAMP has a "special" way of enabling APC behind the scenes, and it must run its own config file or something.
Please instruct on how to enable this--it's very commonly used for showing "upload progress" in Drupal etc.

Brade
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Re: Enabling apc.rfc1867

Post by Brade » Fri 15. Feb 2013, 20:35

Grrrrrrr, figged it out.

The loaded config file is actually:
/Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php5.4.4/conf/php.ini

Not:
/Applications/MAMP/conf/php5.4.4/php.ini

:evil:

adrik
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Re: Enabling apc.rfc1867

Post by adrik » Sat 4. May 2013, 06:16

use
nano /etc/php5/apache2/conf.d/myini.ini
not
nano /etc/php5/apach2/conf.d/myini.ini

the difference is Dokuro forget to write "e " in apache

saleem
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Re: Enabling apc.rfc1867

Post by saleem » Mon 22. Jul 2013, 23:14

adrik wrote:use
nano /etc/php5/apache2/conf.d/myini.ini
not
nano /etc/php5/apach2/conf.d/myini.ini
http://alrazaak.com/forums/38-Nokia-mob ... s-Pakistan
the difference is Dokuro forget to write "e " in apache
i was trying second one buddy

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