Thanks for the article.
Scott Wang

Yep you’re right, it’s not a one-to-one comparison with Redis and Memcache, but rather a comparison of maximum performance attainable on a single server. For developers who only use Redis and Memcache on a single server, PHP File Caching will work right out of the box. But for those who need distributed cache sets or clears, they’ll need to implement a cross-server clearing mechanism for their php file caches, and that is exactly what we did. It required writing custom code, and of course it is not maintained by a vendor like Redis or Memcache, but the speed advantages made it more than worth the trouble for us.

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