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[Plugin: DB Cache] Feature request: Clear cache upon post/page publish/update

  • I think this plugin is fantastic, and especially because its implementation isn’t overcomplicated like that of WP Super Cache. Most programmers know that the vast majority of performance issues have to do with database queries, not page generation outside of the queries.

    Anyway, I think this excellent plugin would be even better if it would automatically clear the cache whenever I publish a post or page, and also when either of these is updated after publishing.

    Thanks for your excellent work!

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  • Thanks for request. It will be done in next releases (a few days)..

    Hi, I’ve already made cleaning cache on publish and commenting. It will be awailable in version 0.5, tomorrow in the morning.

    Thanks for that! Maybe I missed the documentation, but could you elaborate on what “autocleaning” is? I saw in the 0.4 update that there was an autocleaning fix.

    Also, could you describe how the cache cleaning is going to work? does the whole cache get cleared when someone publishes or comments?

    What I was thinking would be nice is any time an update or insert is done to a cached table, the cache for that table is cleared.

    Thanks for your work on this. I love it’s simplicity.

    Thanks Posterd for the change! I think sclough’s idea makes sense as well in cases of blogs where there’s a high traffic of comments.

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