LCache is a module that applies the tiered caching model of multi-core processors (with local L1 and central L2 caches) to web applications. This allows scaling cache read access independently of network throughput. The current production implementation uses APCu as L1 and the database as L2.

Requirements: PHP 5.6 with APCu 4.0.11+ or PHP 7.0 with APCu 5.x.



EventDispatcher provides integration with Symfony EventDispatcher component for Drupal 7.



Experimental module for enhancing Drupal's HTTP/2 awareness

Shift Queue

Shift queue is extended from Drupal system queue with two new features:

Disable the processing of a particular queue
This feature allows to stop the processing a queue.

Set maximum failed processing attempts
Originally in Drupal system queue, when a queue item is processed with exception, it will be processed again until it is processed completely.

This feature allows to retry in a limited configurable times and if it still get problem, this item will be moved to a separate queue called: 'ORIGINAL_QUEUE_NAME:failed'.


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