apc_cache_info — Retrieves cached information from APC's data store
Retrieves cached information and meta-data from APC's data store.
Array of cached data (and meta-data), or FALSE on failure
Note: apc_cache_info() will raise a warning if it is unable to retrieve APC cache data. This typically occurs when APC is not enabled.
If cache_type is "user", information about the user cache will be returned.
If cache_type is "filehits", information about which files have been served from the bytecode cache for the current request will be returned. This feature must be enabled at compile time using --enable-filehits.
If an invalid or no cache_type is specified, information about the system cache (cached files) will be returned.
If limited is TRUE, the return value will exclude the individual list of cache entries. This is usefull when trying to optimize calls for statistics gathering.
|3.0.11||The limited parameter was introduced.|
|3.0.16||The "filehits" option for the cache_type parameter was introduced.|
Example #1 A apc_cache_info() example
The above example will output something similar to:
Array ( [num_slots] => 2000 [ttl] => 0 [num_hits] => 9 [num_misses] => 3 [start_time] => 1123958803 [cache_list] => Array (  => Array ( [filename] => /path/to/apc_test.php [device] => 29954 [inode] => 1130511 [type] => file [num_hits] => 1 [mtime] => 1123960686 [creation_time] => 1123960696 [deletion_time] => 0 [access_time] => 1123962864 [ref_count] => 1 [mem_size] => 677 )  => Array (...iterates for each cached file) )