Support » Plugin: WP Redis » Automatically flush after permalink changes?

  • Resolved strarsis

    (@strarsis)


    What part of WordPress would be responsible if the cache should be flushed after changing the permalinks settings. Because when the cache is not flushed (e.g. using the WP CLI wp @production cache flush), changed permalinks result in 404 when an ojbect cache is used.

    WOuld this – ideally – be the responsibility of WordPress core? Of the cache plugin? Or a separate plugin just for invalidating the cache?

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    (@danielbachhuber)

    Hi @strarsis:

    > Because when the cache is not flushed (e.g. using the WP CLI wp @production cache flush), changed permalinks result in 404 when an ojbect cache is used.

    WP Redis shouldn’t have any impact on your permalink settings, so this bug you’re describing seems like there might be some other issue in your system…

    Thread Starter strarsis

    (@strarsis)

    Well, then it is an issue with WooCommerce. The issue is reproducible enough, so I should be able to create an issue for this.

    Thread Starter strarsis

    (@strarsis)

    Issue closed.

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