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  • Plugin Author Ajay

    @ajay

    I haven’t noticed any problems on my sites.

    I’ll run the plugin through P3

    Plugin Author Ajay

    @ajay

    I’ve run this through P3 and there is indeed a time lag. I can’t tell using the plugin what exactly is the issue, but from my experience it has to do with the mySQL query being run.

    Disabling “Find related posts based on content as well as title” may give a slight performance boost.

    Also, disable displaying related posts on the home page.

    Lastly, do you have a caching plugin like WP Super Cache?

    I have plans for using the opcode cache in a future version of the plugin.

    Hi there!

    I think it has to be only with last versions of your plugin.

    I began using P3 about one year ago to regularly test my sites and I have to say that your plugin did not have the issue. That´s why I think the issue has to do with something present in recent versions of your nice plugin.

    Please tell me if you find something.

    Thank you very much.

    Plugin Author Ajay

    @ajay

    Janolima,

    I’m going to check this out. I’m working on a version that will include caching (contributed by one of the users), which should definitely improve performance.

    I’ll try to figure out what exactly I did that caused this issue.

    I am using “Quick Cache” plugin which is great.

    Maybe you should give it a try.

    Regards

    Plugin Author Ajay

    @ajay

    CRP is perfectly compatible with caching plugins, and in fact I recommend this.

    However, P3 doesn’t take into account this when assessing performance.

    The idea of the caching that I will be implementing is to put the list of related posts into a meta field which is cleared regularly.

    This prevents excessive repeated lookups every time the page is loaded

    Plugin Author Ajay

    @ajay

    Do check out v1.8.6. It adds caching support for the plugin and also some minor performance improvement. I’ve noticed a much better performance with P3.

    Do check it out and let me know if it is better for you

    You did it man. thank you very much. Now your plugin behaviour is totally normal according to P3.

    I do not understand very well how the new cahing support works. If I am using a cache plugin, do I need to activate the new caching support?

    The new caching support indicates that it will only be cleared when the plugin (CRP) admin page is resaved. Is that correct?

    Plugin Author Ajay

    @ajay

    You’re right about the cache you need to activate the cache using the option under General Options.

    When a user visits your site the plugin will save the entire output of the related posts into a meta field. On a future visit, the meta field is checked and the output is displayed.

    This ensures no rechecking of options or even a mySQL query everytime.

    It works independent of any other caching plugins you have.

    The caveat is that if you keep making new posts these won’t be captured in the “related posts” until you resave the CRP Admin Page and clear the cache.

    Hi there,

    Since the last version of the plugin, the problem came back 🙁

    Again, is eating more resources than usual according to P3.

    Would you give it a check?

    Thank you,

    Alejandro

    Plugin Author Ajay

    @ajay

    Do you have the cache on? I haven’t noticed any major issues on plugin loading on my site and on P3

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