Projects / eAccelerator


eAccelerator is a further development of the mmcache PHP accelerator and encoder. It increases the performance of PHP scripts by caching them in a compiled state, so that the overhead of compiling is almost completely eliminated.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Oct 2006 15:44

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  21 Nov 2005 00:47

      Release Notes: This release contains some bugfixes and code cleanups. There are x86_64 fixes, and many checks on startup.

      •  19 May 2005 13:04

        Release Notes: Lots of bugs have been fixed since 0.9.2a for PHP4/PHP5, and it should be much more reliable than previous versions.

        •  12 May 2005 18:13

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  28 Dec 2004 00:28

            Release Notes: Some bugfixes in the encoder.

            Recent comments

            22 May 2006 22:43 webpanache

            eAccelerator Windows Binaries
            I've compiled a few eAccelerator versions for windows:

            eAccelerator Windows Downloads (

            21 May 2005 06:42 Ythan

            Very Grateful for this Software
            eAccelerator is a great program, besides precompiling scripts it offers a simple and powerful API for accessing its caching functions. It has significantly improved my site's performance and made some features possible which would have been too resource-intensive otherwise. Even this early release has been rock solid. HIGHLY recommended to anyone running PHP on their webserver. Don't forget to donate to the project. ;)

            17 May 2005 18:21 JohnnyM

            Installed this on a couple servers today and noticed that the load of the servers did drop. I was quite surprised. Recommend this highly.

            12 May 2005 18:41 swix

            great software!
            Instead of adding cpu/ram, install eAccelerator, and your good old server will work like a dual xeon :-) Recommanded!

            We're currently using it on about 7 servers with high load and availability (linux/php4).

            07 Jan 2005 06:15 larnot

            Re: Nice!
            Please check for bin files in, files will be moved to SF.


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