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Mehmet Aga

Problem: Prestashop 1.7.4.2 Memcached option greyed out

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Hi,

 

Today i came across to an annoying bug or whatever, i configured Memcached on my server, and i wanted to cache my website using memcached, because of our big Product base 90K+, however the options are greyed out, i already added the server in the field using PHPmyadmin, but still i cant find the enable button or memcached option,

 

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Did you resolve this issue? I have the same problem

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Thanks for your answer

I have installed memcached

 I thought it was compatible with php 7

then the cache with
Memcached via PHP :: Memcache (you need to install the Memcache PECL extension)
  Memcached via PHP :: Memcached (you need to install the Memcached Extension PECL)
  APC (you need to install the APC PECL extension)
  Xcache (you need to install the Xcache extension)

can't you use it? with PHP 7?

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APC not, memcached not, xCache not. All these are old caching system. From php 7.0. on there is a better caching system (php-fm). It is installed automatically. You must configure it to work properly on your server. Ask server admin for that. With this high quantity of products (90K+) better to run nginx.

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@selectshop.at, I also have this problem. 

I do see at my provider fpm is installed on the server. Where do I configure it and how?

Thanks!

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php FPM is a server configuration. It depends, if you have full root access or not. Full root access: follow the instructions of your operating system and php-version in use. No root access: contact your provider.

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Thanks for your reply! 
So if it is installed you don't need to set anything up in the Prestashop settings? 

 

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