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How to ensure that Opcache is enabled?

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    William (Edited )

    Hi,

    This article  perfectly answers the question... however i have googled and looked through plesk forums and cannot find a tutorial  anywhere   how to actually  enable opcache  with centos 6 and php 5.6  and plesk onyx..... 

    apparently its already compiled into php 5.6?

     

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    Robert Asilbekov

    @William opcache module is shipped with Plesk PHP 5.6 by default. All that you need is to install Plesk PHP5.6 by using "plesk installer". In case of errors feel free to submit a support ticket.

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