Support » Plugin: WP Redis » How should I custom cache rules for buddypress?

  • Resolved alexlii

    (@alexlii)


    Hello,

    Great work!

    I am use Wp Redis in our Multiste, there are two sub sites for woocomerce and buddypress.
    Actually, I use Redis Object Cache before (https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/redis-cache), but it cause 502 both frontend and backend with buddypress sub site.

    Now, Wp redis works well with all static pages, and no error messages, but it always takes about 15 seconds to access buddypress activity, members and groups pages, so, my question is that is right ways to set cache rules for buddypress and woocomerce please? Whether Wp Redis support cache with buddypress dynamic content?

    Any comment would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks, and have a nice day!

    Alex

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    (@danielbachhuber)

    Hi Alex:

    my question is that is right ways to set cache rules for buddypress and woocomerce please? Whether Wp Redis support cache with buddypress dynamic content?

    Sorry, but this is outside the scope of the support offered in the WP Redis forum.

    Thanks for your kind reply, and I am a little confused, can I ask whether your have test Wp Redis with buddypress?

    Thanks a lot!

    Alex

    Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    (@danielbachhuber)

    I’m not sure I follow. Can you clarify?

    Sorry for my poor English:)

    I just want to make sure whether WP Redis is compatible with buddypress, or whether you have test WP Redis with Buddypress, since in my buddypress site, activity stream pages, the user profile, members directory page, and groups directory page are all very slow, but all of other blog and posts pages are very fast. So Is Wp Redis comapatable with buddypress? Did you test already?

    Thanks so much!l, nice day!

    Alex

    Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    (@danielbachhuber)

    Yes, WP Redis is compatible with BuddyPress in that WP Redis implements a fully compatible WP Object Cache drop-in. Any BuddyPress-specific performance issues will need to be addressed by BuddyPress, though; WP Redis doesn’t take responsibility for BuddyPress specifically.

    Thanks Danial,

    Did you test buddypress with Wp Redis before? And did not find any problem? If yes, please let me know, really appreciated for your reply!

    Alex

    Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber

    (@danielbachhuber)

    Did you test buddypress with Wp Redis before?

    I haven’t, no. That’s outside the scope of the support we offer in this forum.

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