How to Disable APC Cache via .htaccess

You can disable APC Caching for your domain via .htaccess with the following steps:
  • Login to your account through FTP or cPanel's file manager

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  • Navigate to your domains "/public_html" directory

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  • Locate your .htaccess file and open it in a text editor, or download the file to edit on your local computer using text-editor.
  • Add the following line to the .htaccess file: php_flag apc.cache_by_default Off
  • Save the .htaccess file, and re-upload it to your "/public_html" if you edited locally.
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