Disabling APC on Your Hosting Account
NOTE: Before you start, click here to see which version of the FTP File Manager is in your Control Panel. This help article applies to the Classic FTP File Manager. If you are using the New FTP File Manager, see Disabling APC on Your Hosting Account
If you want to disable Alternative PHP Cache (APC), you can do so by modifying your
To Disable APC
- Log in to your Account Manager.
- Click Web Hosting.
- Next to the account you want to use, click Launch.
- From the Tools section, click FTP File Manager.
- Navigate to your site's
php5.inifile, select it, and then click Edit.
- On a new line, type apc.enabled=0.
- Click Save.
NOTE: We recommend backing up your
php5.ini file before modifying it.
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