Support » Plugin: Cachify » Using on Apache & Nginx

  • Hey there,
    we are using WP online with Apache. Every week we are downloading the DB and the files to an offline-server using nginx via shell-script.
    Is there any fallback like “If memchached isnt running, use Database/Filesystem instead”?

    Greetings,
    Lukas

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/cachify/

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  • Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    I don’t know if I understand that right. So your live server is running on Apache? Than you can’t use memcached there, as it is only available for nginx.

    So after you downloaded it to your nginx offline server, why don’t you just keep using the database/filesystem setup as on the live server?

    Hey Bernhard,
    thats correct: Live Apache, offline nginx.
    Yeah, I could use the filesystem cache, but I saw a benchmark running nginx with memcached with very nice values.
    Wordpress on nginx is running on an RasPi, so memcached would be a nice option. 🙂

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Sure it would be nice. But how many users are using the offline server? Is it really worth the trouble to find a migration mechanism? 🙂

    Plugin Author Pascal Birchler

    (@swissspidy)

    Is there any fallback like “If memchached isnt running, use Database/Filesystem instead”?

    Sounds weird. Imagine Memcached going offline for 10 minutes. That’s 10 minutes Cachify would cache the site somewhere else before going back to Memcached. Not something I’d build into the plugin, but I’m sure there’s plenty of hooks you could leverage to do that yourself.

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