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#1 2017-07-05 17:56:26

KyleHeaton
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Registered: 2017-07-05
Posts: 2

GLPI PHP opcode cache memory

Hi,

On my GLPI (9.1) version, my memory is always maxed at 64MB/64MB. I do not know how to change the maximum, as I can't find a setting anywhere.

If my memory is maxed, would this cause GLPI to have issues loading new pages, because every once and a while, I will load a new page for GLPI, and it will not load and give me a 504 error.

Thanks!

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#2 2017-07-06 11:34:27

yllen
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Posts: 13,144

Re: GLPI PHP opcode cache memory

You can configure your opcache: https://github.com/rlerdorf/opcache-status


CentOS 6.5 - PHP 5.6 - PHP 7 - MySQL 5.6  + APC + memcached
GLPI 0.90.5 SVN - GLPI 9.1.3 SVN
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#3 2017-07-17 21:20:23

KyleHeaton
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Registered: 2017-07-05
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Re: GLPI PHP opcode cache memory

After disabling some plugins to see if they were the reason for memory being maxed out, and also changing the setup, GLPI still shows maxed out memory and no other changes.

Below is what the setup is currently set to.
Setup: max_execution_time="240" memory_limit="256M" post_max_size="32M" safe_mode="" session.save_handler="files"
    upload_max_filesize="32M"

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