Retrieves information about opcode cache content and its usage.
This function was REMOVED in PHP 7.0.0.
Controls whether the returned array will contain information about individual cache entries along with the opcode cache summary.
Array of meta data about opcode cache or false on failure
The array returned by this function contains the following elements:
total_cache_uptime - total time in seconds that the opcode cache has been active
total_file_count - total number of files that are currently in the opcode cache
total_hit_count - number of times the compiled opcode have been served from the cache
total_miss_count - number of times the compiled opcode have not been found in the cache
is_local_cache - true is the cache metadata is for a local cache instance, false if the metadata is for the global cache
file_entries - an array that contains the information about all the cached files:
file_name - absolute file name of the cached file
add_time - time in seconds since the file has been added to the opcode cache
use_time - time in seconds since the file has been accessed in the opcode cache
last_check - time in seconds since the file has been checked for modifications
hit_count - number of times the file has been served from the cache
function_count - number of functions in the cached file
class_count - number of classes in the cached file