Support » Plugin: WP Cloudflare Super Page Cache » Cloudflare and LSCache caching at the same time

  • Should I disable Cloudflare caching with this plugin, if I’m already running caching through LSCache?

    LSCache is already doing its job. I just need CDN from Cloudflare.

    Or is this not desirable for some reason?

    Thank you.

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  • Plugin Author Salvatore Fresta

    (@salvatorefresta)

    Hi,
    I’m using LS Cache with this plugin in many websites (one is https://www.brokerbet.it/). Just disable the page caching functions on LSCache and use the Cloudflare one only.

    You’re welcome!

    I don’t see much difference in page scores. In fact disabling LSCache caching I get less scores.
    What else can I do?

    Hello? Salvatore? Anything?

    Plugin Author Salvatore Fresta

    (@salvatorefresta)

    Hi,
    the score is not a valid performance metric. You should see the TTFB. And thanks to the Cloudflare cache you can handle many concurrent users than your origin server.

    Try a loading test with and without the plugin active with loader.io

    Sorry for the late response but I’ve been very busy these days

    Hi,

    Yeah, I agree. I’m not fully reliant on page speed scores, I just use them as approximate indication.
    Although visually (not just by page scores) it loads slower without LSCache caching.

    Is there any problem at all if I use caching from both Cloudflare and LSCache?

    Plugin Author Salvatore Fresta

    (@salvatorefresta)

    Hi,

    you can but if the page is on the Cloudflare edge, the cache on your server will never be hitted ’cause the source server is totally bypassed. So it is useless to have a page cache on the source server.

    With LS Cache do you have a TTFB lower of the same page hitted on Cloudflare cache? It is rare but it can happen.

    Also consider that by staticising the site on Cloudflare, you will save a lot of bandwidth. It’s not just a matter of speed

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