Support » Plugin: Redis Object Cache » Redis object cache vs RediSearch

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    Yes, you can use both simultaneously 🙂

    Don’t use W3TC for Redis.

    Thread Starter Gigabyteservice

    (@gigabyteservice)

    Thanks for the quick response

    1) So the RediSearch: https://wordpress.org/plugins/redisearch/
    Is only useful for the search query when someone type something in the wordpress search box correct?

    While redis object cache https://wordpress.org/plugins/redis-cache/ is useful for whole site content correct?

    If visiters visit the xyz post 1st time then this plugin check for the cache in redis and if cache is not there then it will create data in redis then if the 2nd visitor request for same post and now this type there is cache data available so 2nd visitor is serving from the cache for that perticular post correct?

    And what happens if we have made the update on that same post? Does it immediately & Automatically updated the content into redis also?

    2) I have just tried installing redis on same wordpress server but what if I will use different server specifically for Redis then how to add location, port password details etc in your plugin, I think I missed the place or may be I have to add in config file somewhere?

    3) Does it works with custom post types? If not then any documentation to add custom post types?

    4) Dose it work with rest API & rest api for custom post types?

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    Is only useful for the search query when someone type something in the wordpress search box correct?

    Yes.

    2) I have just tried installing redis on same wordpress server but what if I will use different server specifically for Redis then how to add location, port password details etc in your plugin, I think I missed the place or may be I have to add in config file somewhere?

    You need to use different database indices for search and caching.

    3) Does it works with custom post types? If not then any documentation to add custom post types?

    Yes.

    4) Dose it work with rest API & rest api for custom post types?

    Yes.

    Thread Starter Gigabyteservice

    (@gigabyteservice)

    Free version also supports woocommerce, custom post types & rest api?

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    Yes, but not as well as the Pro version.

    Thread Starter Gigabyteservice

    (@gigabyteservice)

    Sorry for asking so much question but I want to a better understanding for this plugin before using it in the site.

    So you mean Free version also supports woocommerce, custom post types & rest api but not as good as prob version so may I know what are the missing things in a woocommerce, custom post types & rest api? How pro version is better in woocommerce, CPT & REST API for custom post types.

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    It’s more reliable and works much better at scale 👍🏻

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