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APC cache apc_store apc_fetch behavior on Apache

Is APC cache memory shared by all apache httpd child processes or does
each httpd process have its own APC cache memory?

If I call apc_add('foo',' bar') from httpd child 1
And later call apc_fetch('foo' ) from httpd child 2 (a different linux
process)
will the apc_fetch return 'bar' ?

I could not find any PHP APC documentation which would answer this
question.

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Jun 2 '08 #1
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