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Use apc object-cache on wordpress with high-trafic

  • Hi,

    I’m using this wordpress plugin on my website (high-trafic) and have a problem whith my widgets. When i make a change i can’t see it… need to reset the cache to see them (!). What can i do to solve this pb ?

    thx.

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  • If i use wp_cache_flush() in my “function widget($args, $instance)” all the cache seems to be refresh… is it normal ?

    So, my pb is strange. Not sure to have understand exactly my pb. Maybe it is not a pb with object-cache.

    Hi,

    Is there anybody who can explain me the exact definition of those variables ?

    $global_groups
    $no_mc_groups
    $autoload_groups

    Best regards

    For exemple, when i make a change on the table wp_blogs, i can’t see it on the blog. Like if the old data where conserved, but the database has really change. I think the problem is with those variables: $global_groups,$no_mc_groups,$autoload_groups. But i’m not sure to understand correctly how to define them.

    need urgent help, thx

    Moderator Mark Jaquith

    @markjaquith

    What object cache backend are you using? What version?

    Hi, sorry to be so late….

    I’m using this version: Version: 2.0.2

    When The biggests pb are :

    – when changing the password of a blog, the old password still working. And the new one not yet. We have to wait a lot of time, some hours. And the users trying to define an other password, and an other, etc…

    – when changing information in wp_blogs, a field which not existed in the original wordpress, it’s the same, the change is effective after some hours.

    We have to wait or restarting the php-fpm service.

    Do u have an idea to solve this problem ?

    thank you.

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