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Mathew Nwaneri

CacheException if OPcache is not enabled

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Hi everyone, 

Been having problems with OPcache these past days.

had my hosting double check that it's all installed and enabled, this was confirmed that it is enabled.

when I activate debug, I get this error: 


in vendor/symfony/symfony/src/Symfony/Component/Cache/Adapter/PhpFilesAdapter.php (line 32)

* @throws CacheException if OPcache is not enabled


    public function __construct($namespace = '', $defaultLifetime = 0, $directory = null)


        if (!static::isSupported()) {

            throw new CacheException('OPcache is not enabled');


        parent::__construct('', $defaultLifetime);

        $this->init($namespace, $directory);

        $e = new \Exception();


Can somebody please help with a possible solution. 

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