Support » Plugin: Redis Object Cache » BEFORE YOU POST

  • Plugin Author Till Krüss


    Hi there 👋

    • Object Caching is an advanced topic. If you’re new to WordPress or don’t understand how object caching and Redis works, please ask your hosting provider for assistance, or hire a developer to assist you.
    • If you’re experiencing a compatibility issue with another 3rd-party plugin, please contact the support team of the other plugin regarding the issue. This plugin is very unlikely to be the cause since it’s just providing an API for WordPress to communicate with Redis.
    • If your seeing “Not Connected”, make sure Redis is installed and running on your server and you’ve followed the plugin’s installation instructions.
    • Most issues can be solved by flushing the Redis database. See below.
    • Contributions are very welcome! Just send a pull request on GitHub.

    Flushing the cache

    • If the plugin is set up and working, press the “Flush Cache” button under Settings > Redis.
    • If you site is not accessible, you can use a desktop client like Medis or RESP and execute FLUSHALL.
    • If you have access to the Redis command-line interface, execute redis-cli FLUSHALL.
    • If you have access to WP CLI, run wp cache flush.
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