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[resolved] Fisrt installation... very slow the first time (5 posts)

  1. ramonjosegn
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello dear

    I am testing, after the first installation I can see the first visit to my website is very slow

    I am using another optimiztion plugin WP PERFORMANCE PACK

    Thanks for support

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/next-level-cache/

  2. Jason
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    So you are saying that the first page load is very slow - but then when you refresh the page it is fast? If that is the case then that would be the cache "warming up" on the first page where you are viewing it un-cached. Then when you refresh the page you get the cached version which should be much faster.

    If that's the case, it's unfortunately normal. The page has to be generated one time before it gets cached. I have one site with a theme and on the home page it runs over 100 DB queries. So that first page load is always slow, but there's no way to avoid it unfortunately with any cache plugin - they all have to generate the page once before the caching will begin.

    As for WP PERFORMANCE PACK I don't see anything in there that would conflict with Next Level Cache, but I would definitely appreciate hearing your feedback.

    I hope that helps, please let me know.

  3. ramonjosegn
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    OK, thanks for support

    Some plugins generate cache pages before visitors arrive, I thought maybe Next Level Cache would work that way, in fact also seems to work Cachify such way is clearer to me now functioning

    For the moment no conflicts with WP Performance Pack (but I discover a bug in WP Performance Pack in another website -where I do no using Next Level Cache-)

    Do you thinks NEXT LEVEL CACHE IS SIMILAR TO DB CACHE RELOAD?

  4. Jason
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    That's actually not a bad idea to pre-warm the cache before visitors hit the site. Maybe I'll see if that's something I can easily add as a feature.

    I briefly checked out DB Cache Reload and I would say the core concept is the same. Next Level Cache overrides the DB functions at different places in the code and stores data a little differently. I would guess that one or the other might perform better depending on the particular site.

    Thank you so much for your feedback, I appreciate it!

  5. ramonjosegn
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks, I would be delighted to test new versions

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