Quick Cache (Speed Without Compromise)
Performance improvement (2 posts)

  1. sdcuss
    Posted 2 years ago #


    I'm trying to understand the performance value of this plugin. I have a test and prod environment that are exactly the same and I ran multiple tests from servers located in 3 diff countries using tools.pingdom.com. When I deactivate your plugin the performance improvements are considerably better. Thoughts?


  2. Kimberly
    Posted 2 years ago #

    The opposite is true in my case. I find that with the plugin enabled it saves processor time. Recall that the goal is to reduce the amount of backend processing (ie, php and database calls) that would normally happen for each call to a page that isnt cached.

    So logically, if one could just cache a page that already had the final results of all those php processing and database calls it should speed pages up. However, if your page doesnt have much going on then speeds improvements won't be noticeable.

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