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Wpforo Cache plugin?

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(@veganostomy)
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Posted by: Anonymous20

 

Posted by: VeganOstomy

 

Also noticing this problem.

   

Yeap. Right now the ONLY solution is to exclude the base page of wpForo in the cache plugin you use. OR use a really low TTL (cache lifetime) like 2-3 minutes, so everything is refreshed.

   

What does that look like in Lightspeed? "Do Not Cache Rules" -> URI List -> enter "/community/" ?

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Posted by: VeganOstomy

 

What does that look like in Lightspeed? "Do Not Cache Rules" -> URI List -> enter "/community/" ?

   

Yeap. Just clear the cache after that. Also maybe a wildcard (*) is also needed after the last slash. Not sure.

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Posted by: Anonymous20

 

Posted by: VeganOstomy

 

What does that look like in Lightspeed? "Do Not Cache Rules" -> URI List -> enter "/community/" ?

   

Yeap. Just clear the cache after that.

   

Have you measured what kind of hit this takes on the server? I would imagine if things aren't being cached on the forums, the bandwidth usage can be significant with a larger forum. 

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Posted by: VeganOstomy

 Have you measured what kind of hit this takes on the server? I would imagine if things aren't being cached on the forums, the bandwidth usage can be significant with a larger forum.    

Well bandwidth is not what a caching plugin solves. Not at all. It is about speed. CPU and SQL (db) and some disk-subsystem.

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Ah, I see. It's server side cache - I thought that lightspeed also affects browser cache, because my host doesn't use anything but lightspeed for caching, and nearly everything is cached on a browser refresh.

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