2009/8/10 Peter Wang <ptr.w...@gmail.com>:
> Hi php-general,
> sorry if it is a wrong lists for this question.
> I have read many articles/messages about using tmpfs store temp files,
> for example, php session data, smarty compied templates and so on.
> An obvious reason for that is: it doesn't matter about data loss caused by
> machine restart/poweroff.
> since it is not that difficult to restore files on a tmpfs from a disk-based
> dir when machine boot up.
> so may i put all my php scripts on a tmpfs to speed it up?  would that cause
> other issues?
> thanks for your advices.

Considering that in the main PHP scripts are readonly, I would have
thought the normal file and disk caching of the OS would suffice.

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