php8.0-apcu on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa)

Last updated: May 26,2022

1. Install php8.0-apcu package

Please follow the instructions below to install php8.0-apcu package:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install php8.0-apcu

2. Uninstall / Remove php8.0-apcu package

Please follow the instructions below to uninstall php8.0-apcu package:

sudo apt remove php8.0-apcu
sudo apt autoclean && sudo apt autoremove

3. Details of php8.0-apcu package

Package: php8.0-apcu
Source: php-apcu
Priority: optional
Section: php
Installed-Size: 177
Maintainer: Debian PHP PECL Maintainers
Architecture: amd64
Recommends: php-apcu-bc
Replaces: php-apcu (<<
Suggests: php-gd
Provides: php-apcu
Depends: php8.0-common, phpapi-20200930, libc6 (>= 2.14)
Conflicts: php-xcache, php-yac
Pre-Depends: php-common (>= 2:69~)
Breaks: php-apcu (<<
Filename: pool/main/p/php-apcu/
Size: 45124
MD5sum: b20402e4ec456f8b75464e3ddd626489
SHA1: 590d99ecc2393dd794147aa09545a41150b1c423
SHA256: b3ff592eb39cfdc721ad82dd7e59a9ab0903529ccf675444916488368b9702bb
Description-en: APC User Cache for PHP
The APCu is userland caching: APC (Alternative PHP Cache) stripped of
opcode caching after the deployment of Zend OpCache in PHP 5.5 as the
primary solution to opcode caching in future versions of PHP.
The APCu is a fast solution for userland caching (and dumping) of PHP
variables locally, it is not distributed like MemcacheD, but they can
be used together for optimal caching.
Description-md5: 0d7462c8f566c71b65f0d4bcf7806445