Support » Plugin: Query Monitor » External object cache not in use

  • Resolved aar6on67

    (@aar6on67)


    What does this mean?

    I have wp opcache installed and it appears to be working. That plugin shows 99.98% hit rate.

    Query Monitor Alert

    Object Cache
    96.3% hit rate (9,051 hits, 352 misses)
    External object cache not in use
    The Redis extension for PHP is installed but is not in use by WordPress
    The Zend OPcache extension for PHP is installed but is not in use by WordPress

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by aar6on67.
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  • Pat

    (@patrickhaond)

    @uneasyguy I tried to change overview.php, but then Query Monitor doesn’t work anymore…

    @patrickhaond sorry to hear that mano, works for me. What versions of wp/php are you using? Sorry for the slow reply, didn’t go to my primary inbox.

    It’s working for me on wp 5.2.3 with php 7.2.19

    Pat

    (@patrickhaond)

    @uneasyguy thanks for the answer.
    I am using WP 5.2.3 and php 7.0.

    @patrickhaond ok last couple questions, do you have QM v3.3.7? & did you copy/paste the entire gist over the previous overview.php? Is there any chance of a spelling error in your file name if not?

    Will test on a few other sites of mine here shortly & see if I can recreate your issue.

    Pat

    (@patrickhaond)

    Yes I used 3.3.7 version.
    Yes I deleted the old overview.php and paste the new one.

    @patrickhaond Works for me on php 7.1.32, qm 3.3.7, and wp 5.2.3 as well as the 7.2.19 php I mentioned before.

    Have you tried copy/pasting over it again. Perhaps using the raw text link https://gist.githubusercontent.com/uneasyguy/18c14baf9077e6f7c3acfbc9dffb68c3/raw/aea5b80ae6c665e943e8718400e4384322e9034f/overview.php

    and then ctrl+a, ctrl+c to ensure there are no missed characters?

    If that doesn’t work, I would try to uninstall the plugin, reinstall it, back up the original version of overview.php and then try again. Pretty sure one of the above will get it working for you. If not, please let me know.

    yannickburky

    (@yannickburky)

    Have you tried copy/pasting over it again. Perhaps using the raw text link https://gist.githubusercontent.com/uneasyguy/18c14baf9077e6f7c3acfbc9dffb68c3/raw/aea5b80ae6c665e943e8718400e4384322e9034f/overview.php

    Worked for me, thanks 🙂

    PS: in the /output folder

    This topic looks old but i git this message as well…

    96,6% Trefferquote (15.593 Treffer, 550 Fehler)

    Externer Objekt-Cache nicht verwendet

    The Redis extension for PHP is installed but is not in use by WordPress

    Opcode cache in use: Zend OPcache

    Following …

    @leogc & @espiat & to anyone else that’s come along…when things seem amiss I understand it can be a bit frustrating…but you have to understand it’s a free plugin that likely has consumed an inordinate amount of the devs time. This “issue” doesn’t harm anyone other than being a minor annoyance.

    If you want to fix it yourself, I’ve posted the solution to removing the message above, but outside of that I wouldn’t hold your breath on this becoming a priority.

    @uneasyguy no worries, i have no problems with this message as my site is working well. Just you can have that “minor issue” in mind to change it in an upcoming update, maybe. 😉

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