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  • Resolved tjalexander70

    (@tjalexander70)


    First question… Ok, I have been trying to find information and get a firm understanding of the Preloader. I have a large site with thousands of pages, add 18+/- posts a day, and get thousands of visitors. Between the hours of 4 am and 8 pm, the website is updated most often hourly, sometimes even more often. Plus, a new page will typically begin receiving visitors in just a minute or two. I have Managed WordPress Hosting with way more resources than I currently need, especially with Cloudflare cache serving 95% of requests. I am trying to figure out the best option for using the preload/scheduler or not. I am really worried about overloading the system.

    Second questions… I have the Cloudflare plugin with Automatic Platform Optimization enable. This (1) creates a static version of the site and (2) sends a signal to Cloudflare when the site is updated. Since that is the case, would this eliminate the need for me to use the “Purge Cloudflare” feature in WP-Optimize?

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  • Plugin Support Marc Lacroix

    (@marcusig)

    Hi there,

    I am trying to figure out the best option for using the preload/scheduler or not

    At the rate you are getting visits and with your number of pages, I would recommend not enabling the scheduled preload.
    The visited pages will get cached when they’re visited anyways.

    would this eliminate the need for me to use the “Purge Cloudflare” feature in WP-Optimize?

    It sounds like it does.

    Marc

    Thread Starter tjalexander70

    (@tjalexander70)

    Thanks!

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