TOPIC: Memcached, Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, or Opcache?

Memcached, Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, or Opcache? 27 Dec 2015 02:07 #1571

From the description of JotCache on JED, I know that JotCache uses Memcached as the storage.

However, there are also other popular caching methods such as: Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, OPcache, etc.

Why choose Memcache instead of any others?

Is it possible to support other caching methods at the same time with Memcached?
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Memcached, Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, or Opcache? 31 Dec 2015 07:52 #1575

Memcache(d) storages for cached pages were choosen based on most interest of JotCache users and the fact that many web hosting companies provide out-of-box connection to memcache(d) servers.
In your question is mix of different types of caches - some of them cannot be used for Joomla internal page caching (Opcache, Vagrant).
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Memcached, Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, or Opcache? 05 Jan 2016 13:56 #1578

OK,understand now.
Thank you.
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Memcached, Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, or Opcache? 22 Feb 2016 22:45 #1623

Hi JotComponents :-)

We use WinCache for PHP 7 and it works very great.

MemCache does not yet have a PHP 7 version for Windows.

Will JotComponents support WinCache in the future? :-)
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Memcached, Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, or Opcache? 23 Feb 2016 06:49 #1627

The support of WinCache depends on ratio of Windows servers to global used Joomla live sites. At present is this ratio very low.
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Memcached, Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, or Opcache? 23 Feb 2016 10:14 #1632

Please see this Joomla topic: forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=709&t=9...c&p=3368516#p3368455

Mbabker says: "As for third party folks, if they're using the Joomla caching API, they should also use Joomla's cache handler form field which is the same field type used in the global configuration and does all the environmental checks. This way whenever new adapters are added they don't have to manually make changes to their supported list."

If I understand him correctly you can use the Joomla caching API and JotCache will have access to the currently supported caching systems on the site. And if that is correct it would be a huge win for everyone ... and you do not have to create a specific caching solution for every cache system out there.

WinCache is working great for os but JotCache is slow because it is not using it.
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Memcached, Xcache, APC, Varnish cache, or Opcache? 07 Apr 2016 10:32 #1699

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