Support » Plugin: Redis Object Cache » Issue with WPS hide login

  • Resolved rapsak

    (@rapsak)


    I am struggling to diagnose an issue we ran in to on our site. I think it might be related to Redis, but I am not 100% sure.

    Recently we’ve installed the WPS Hide Login plugin to change the default wp-login.php login URL for our site. This works fine directly after installation. However after some time (could be a couple of hours or sometimes a day or two) the custom login URL we’ve set becomes unavailable and the default wp-login.php works again. Strangely enough when we login after this happens and review the WPS Hide Login settings there are no changes. The custom login URL is stil set, but does not work.

    Initially I thought this issue was caused by the WPS Hide Login plugin. However I noticed that flushing redis ‘fixes’ the issue. So it seems an redis related issue.

    Do you have any suggestions how properly diagnose this issue, or perhaps fix it completely?

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    This sound like an issue with WPS Hide Login. I’d suggest asking their support team to fix object caching support.

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