On Tue, 21 May 2002, Gerard Samuel wrote:
> I have a function that checks whether a file exists and loads it like so
> function foo($bar)
> {
>     if (file_exists($bar))
>     {
>          include($bar);
>     }
> }
> According to clearstat cache, its use is for files that change often. 
>  In my case the files are static,
> so I wanted to be clear, as to whether I should/shouldn't be using 
> clearstatcache() in my sudo function??

You don't need it unless you expect the file will have changed during a
single execution of your PHP program (i.e., the .000001sec - 30sec that it
takes to run). This does not sound like anything you need to worry about.


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