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The cause of the slowdown was a change to the ZFS dataset. In conjunction with the database server, very little caching was being done. This combination resulted in increased disk I/O as the system churned through the database. Details in the blog post which outlines the various things which changed. Many graphs.

non port: www/eaccelerator/files/patch-ea_restore.h

Number of commits found XX: 2

Wed, 15 Mar 2006
[ 06:38 ale ] Original commit 
1.30 www/eaccelerator/Makefile
1.24 www/eaccelerator/distinfo
1.2 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-content.c
1.2 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-debug.c
1.2 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-ea_restore.c
1.2 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-ea_restore.h
1.2 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-ea_store.c
1.3 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-eaccelerator.c
1.2 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-eaccelerator.h
1.2 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-loader.c

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Update to 0.9.5-beta1 release:
- complete support for php 5.1
- even more stability than 0.9.4 release
Thu, 2 Feb 2006
[ 09:06 ale ] Original commit 
1.29 www/eaccelerator/Makefile
1.1 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-content.c
1.1 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-debug.c
1.1 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-ea_restore.c
1.1 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-ea_restore.h
1.1 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-ea_store.c
1.2 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-eaccelerator.c
1.1 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-eaccelerator.h
1.5 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-encoder.php
1.1 www/eaccelerator/files/patch-loader.c

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Add support for PHP 5.1.
Unfortunately the encoder doesn't work with PHP 5 and eaccelerator
developers are not very interested in the encoding feature.

Number of commits found XX: 2

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