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OPcache Reset

Description

This plugin clears OPcache after updating WordPress core, themes and files.
Unlike other plugins, it is also compatible with theme and plugin updates made by WordPress Linux cron.

Notice

  • Important: To use this plugin, check the following.
    1. PHP 5.5 or later, Did you compile PHP with –enable-opcache option?
    2. PHP 5.4 or earlier, Did you installed PECL ZendOpcache?
    3. If not, please see this document and enable/install OPcache.
    4. The cachetool utility must be configured in order for OPCache to be cleared by this plugin. It must be in your PATH and named cachetool.

Reviews

May 27, 2019
This almost what I have been looking for. The OPCache is also reset when installing new plugins, but not when deinstalling.
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Contributors & Developers

“OPcache Reset” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

2.0.0

  • Handle file OPCaches

1.0.0

  • Initial release.