In this release we have added the new functionality of being able to enable the php-apcu PHP module using the hypernode-api. This module is required for running Akeneo and it can also be used by Shopware. We will not enable this module by default as it might get in the way of your Magento performance. For more information see our previous changelog about updating php-common.

To check if you have the php-apcu module enabled you can run this on your Hypernode:

app@yqc1z7-vdloo-magweb-cmbl:~$ hypernode-systemctl settings php_apcu_enabled 
php_apcu_enabled is set to value False

To enable it run:

app@yqc1z7-vdloo-magweb-cmbl:~$ hypernode-systemctl settings php_apcu_enabled --value True
Operation was successful and is being processed. Please allow a few minutes for the settings to be applied. Run 'livelog' to see the progress.

And for disabling to the same with False. You can keep track of this change being applied by running hypernode-log or the automatically refreshing livelog.

app@yqc1z7-vdloo-magweb-cmbl:~$ hypernode-log
ACTION                          START                   END                     STATE       TASKS   RUNNING
update_node                     2019-10-09T06:42:18Z    2019-10-09T06:44:10Z    success     4/4     finished

Also see our open source hypernode-api Documentation for more information about all settings.

If you’re using hypernode-docker for local development, automated testing or as part of your deployment infrastructure, you can enable php-apcu by simply running apt-get install php-apcu in your Dockerfile.