Support » Plugin: WP Redis » What exactly does it cache?

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber


    WP Redis acts as a drop-in replacement to the WP_Object_Cache object. When enabled, any cache data stored with wp_cache_set() will end up in the Redis persistent object cache.

    WordPress core stores some data in the object cache by default, but not a lot. WordPress does not store WP_Query objects in the object cache because correctly invalidating the object cache is a challenging task. If you’re willing to accept its imperfections, Advanced Post Cache is used on to cache WP_Query.

    Alternatively, here’s a thorough overview of how you can implement custom object caching in your code.


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