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When I make modifications to my .tpl.php file, I assure that changes are "reloaded" by executing "drush cc all".

But when I change my template.php file, the only way I have to see the output of my new code, such as adding a simple dpm($form) statement, is by restarting apache.

I've tried:

  • drush cc all
  • Devel module -> Clear cache.
  • Configuration -> Performance -> Clear all caches.
  • Check that in Configuration -> Performance -> CACHING -> disabled.
  • Clear browser cache.
  • Test it in a different browser.

But the changes only appear when I issue /etc/init.d/httpd restart.

Any idea of why?

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    You probably have some sort of apache-/server-level caching going on. mod_cache maybe? reverse proxy? can't really say from here
    – Clive
    Feb 28, 2014 at 15:47
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    Also check if apc.stat=0
    – mpdonadio
    Feb 28, 2014 at 16:21

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Thanks to Clive and MPD, that pointed to the answer.

It was because of APC.

I've installed the module apc_admin, which allows to access the APC interface (apc.php) from within drupal (Configuration » Development » Performance » APC). That includes the "Reset APC cache" button. Just by pressing it, the changes in my template will show up.

Hope this helps also other users.

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