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Using Apache With A RAM Disk
Apache, RAM Disk
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msg:4080009
 1:42 pm on Feb 14, 2010 (gmt 0)

My new server has a ton of RAM, and all of my web sites use all dynamic content (php/mysql). So I can't really cache much. So I figured rather than let that RAM go to waste (and in addition to give mysql some very large caches), I'd run my web folder off a RAM disk.

So as you'd expect, it's super fast. So now I'm wondering if there are any caches in apache, things that would be on by default, that I should disable. All of my files are already in ram, so a ram cache would just be double caching, right?

 

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