Support » Plugin: Tribe Object Cache » [Plugin: Tribe Object Cache] What's this plugin for?

  • A very basic question: What is this plugin for? Is it for serving a cached version of my WordPress site to end users? Is it for caching the WordPress backend/admin environment for logged-in users? Or something else?

    It’s possible I’m not an advanced enough user to be able to use this plugin, but in any case, for laypeople it would be really helpful to have some more information about its purpose.

    Thanks!
    Peter

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tribe-object-cache/

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  • Its about to cache objects that PHP creates during the computation in order to serve a page.

    Everytime a page is asked, a bunch of operations are made (to retrieve datas from database, titles, contents…) there is no need to do all those things everytime. This plugin allows WP to store all those things in memory and, doing so, serving pages more faster.

    Its not serving cached html pages, it caches the elements that WP assembles to create an HTML page.

    Beside I can feel the pageload indeed faster, is there any method to verify whether it works or not?
    Thanks!

    is there any method to verify whether it works or not? i like me know too…

    you could paste this into your footer.php (before the end of the HTML tag):

    <?php echo $wpdb->num_queries; ?> <?php _e('queries'); ?>. <?php timer_stop(1); ?> <?php _e('seconds'); ?>

    or use something more advanced like this: http://www.viper007bond.com/2009/05/04/wordpress-code-snippet-output-advanced-page-generation-statistics/

    And you should be able to see the difference.

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