[wp-hackers] caching doesn't work?
peter.westwood at ftwr.co.uk
Sat Feb 4 13:59:14 GMT 2006
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David House wrote:
> On 02/02/06, Nathan Ollerenshaw <chrome at stupendous.net> wrote:
>> I thought WP_Object_Cache obviates the need for other caching
>> systems ... but it doesn't seem to make a difference performance-wise
>> whether it is on or off, though looking at what stats() gives you, it
>> seems to be 'working'.
> Try sticking $wp_object_cache->stats() somewhere in your theme to see
> how many hot/cold hits you're getting. (a hot hit is one where the
> object was already cached in memory, a cold one is where it has to be
> loaded from the file system, a miss is where it can't be found even
I finally finished off the plugin I had been hacking to display this
info in a slightly more accessible way for the admin user.
See: http://blog.ftwr.co.uk/wordpress/wp-cache-inspect/ for more info.
The plugin also exposes an easy to use cache clear button.
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