Support » Plugin: Redis Object Cache » How to stop caching the wp-admin back end ?

  • Resolved Sirwan Qutbi

    (@sirwan)


    Hi,

    How can I stop caching the wordpress backend ? It’s causing so much issues.

    Many thanks in advanced.

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    This is an object cache backend, not a page cache.

    Thread Starter Sirwan Qutbi

    (@sirwan)

    How can i ignore the entire wordpress backend for object caching ?

    I have checked WP_REDIS_IGNORED_GROUPS (default: [‘counts’, ‘plugins’]) is there a group for backend ? so i can stop caching the backend completly.

    For example, 2 plugins modify attributes, and if you disable one of those plugins, then the other pugin has ‘object cached’ the plugin.

    I need to take the objects from redis, back into WordPress. As everytime I disable that plugin, the attributes completly dissappear.

    I have tried flushing the cache.

    I guess its too much for you too discuss, but could you at least tell me how to ignore the entire back end from being object cached ?

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    but could you at least tell me how to ignore the entire back end from being object cached ?

    You can’t, that’s not how WordPress works.

    Thread Starter Sirwan Qutbi

    (@sirwan)

    If I remove this plugin, will I lose data ?

    Because it seems like attributes are saved on Redis, as when I disable it i lose the attributes ?

    How can I get this data out of redis and into WordPress ? Do you know?

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    If I remove this plugin, will I lose data ?

    No, the plugin doesn’t delete data unless instructed by a plugin/theme or WP.

    Because it seems like attributes are saved on Redis, as when I disable it i lose the attributes ?

    Sounds like you turned on and off the cache without flushing it.

    How can I get this data out of redis and into WordPress ? Do you know?

    You can use the redis-cli or other clients to access your Redis data.

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