Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » Database caching is messing with my performance

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  • wp-fan

    (@wp-fan)

    On Shared hosting, database caching in basic mode is generally not recommended, as far as I know, because performance issues seem to be frequent in this case.

    bcwint00

    (@bcwint00)

    They already do some caching on their end (assuming it’s a shared host). Usually recommended to disabled database and object caching. Only servers that have Opcode (APC, X-Cache, etc.) caching work well with database and object caching.

    sLa Team

    (@slangji)

    If WordPress database is not on the same machine and Hosting Space, (VPS or Dedicated Server) splitted to multiple Cloud Servers, or is Shared, db Cache decrease performance … 😉

    If WordPress database is not on the same machine and Hosting Space, is located on a dedicated machine to SQL that probably does not need an additional cache.

    This is valid for “Serious Hosting” …

    bcwint00 wrote:
    Usually recommended to disabled database and object caching. Only servers that have Opcode (APC, X-Cache, etc.) caching work well with database and object caching.

    Very True!

    For my personal opinion best choice for caching with W3 Total Cache is Disk Basic + Prime Cache method. 🙂 Opcode Cache is a optional value added …

    W3 Total Cache Enanched Disk Cache is for very best (a lot of money) Hosting Services, and may cause problems until it will be fixed permanently.

    Also add APC or X-Cache backend for the WP Object Caching is a good idea … best choice is Memcache. Read more on Tribe Object Cache plugin page …

    Remember: add only Opcode Cache Backend and not W3 Total Cache database and object caching.

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