Okay, first off, this isn’t a thread asking if I should use WP-Cache or not. My site can get near 100k pageviews a day on certain days of the week, so I know it’s best to be using it. 😉
Anyway, I have it installed in the WordPress powered area of the site (the news). It’s working great and I have a couple bits staying dynamic like they need to be.
However, I also have a non-WordPress powered script that is basically a file lister. Here’s some examples of it’s output:
I’m pretty sure each one of those URLs is generated with only one query, but on that 2nd URL, it’s obviously a fairly large query that gets returned.
So here’s my question:
Would it be easier on my server to keep it how it is (non-cached, 1 query per page load) or to load up WordPress at the top of that page and then use WP-Cache to cache the page?
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