;Relative to the number of cached files (you may need to watch your stats for a day or two to find out a good number)
;Relative to the size of WordPress
;The number of seconds a cache entry is allowed to idle in a slot before APC dumps the cache
;Setting this to 0 will give you the best performance, as APC will not have to check the IO for changes. However, you must clear the APC cache to recompile already cached files. If you are still developing, updating your site daily in WP-ADMIN, and running W3TC set this to 1
;This MUST be 0, WP can have errors otherwise!
;Only set to 1 while debugging
;Allow 2 seconds after a file is created before it is cached to prevent users from seeing half-written/weird pages
;Leave at 2M or lower. WordPress does't have any file sizes close to 2M
;apc.filters = "/var/www/apc.php"