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[Plugin: Liveblog] All requests to MySQL or static file?

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  • Plugin Author Mohammad Jangda

    @batmoo

    It’s an AJAX request to a permalink (/2012/01/01/post-name/1234/5678). If you’re using a caching plugin, it will probably be cached depending on how things are configured.

    leandrorg

    @leandrorg

    I see, but I’ve seen the URL changes by each request, and they aren’t equal by each visitor (timestamp), so is impossible to use some cache system, isn’t it?
    Nowadays I use varnish, but if the URL changes for all request, varnish (or other cache system) doesn’t make sense.

    Plugin Author Mohammad Jangda

    @batmoo

    We looked a lot of options and approaches to handle caching and we went with this one. The intention is that if many people are watching the liveblog, some will end up making the same request and all requests after the first one will be cached. If you use Batcache, which we do on WordPress.com, this will work with some config tweaks.

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