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[Solved] Problem with WPFORO and WPROCKET

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Lol thank you but what I meant was that it is not checked 

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I also just noticed that a post on WPFORO also makes my pages cached by WP ROCKET disappear. So now I understand that using WPFORO poses a Problem with WPROCKET, because any use of WPFORO instantly purges WP ROCKET's cache while I have indicated 24 hours of cache. 
 
I deeply need help...
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Chris
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@plop6901,

You need to exclude wpForo from wp Rocket. wpForo has its own cache system. And wpForo purges only Forum Page cache(where wpForo [wpforo] shortcode is) and only that page.

https://wpforo.com/community/faq/wpforo-and-cache-plugins/#post-37150

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@chris thx for your help.

unfortunately, it is already done and it does not matter. Any action on wpforo purges the cache of WPROCKET

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@plop6901 

use both with and without (.*)/
only with (.*)/ seems not to work correctly with wpForo

Example

/forum/
/forum/(.*)/

 

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@tutrix thx for your help. 

I have already done this too, and same result. Any action on wpforo purges the wp rocket cache

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The WP Rocket support confirms me the pb with WPFORO. Here is their answer after testing my site : 

"Yoann,
 
I could see the problem, indeed when a user adds a reply to a forum, the cache is completely emptied.
I escalate this problem to our second level team who will contact you as soon as they have an update to propose.
 
Cdlt,
Will"
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Hello @chris,
Hello to all, 
 
Wprocket support has been working on my site for two days now. They can see that the problem comes from WPFORO. I will try the solution he suggests and I will let you know if it works. 
 
Thank you for your attention
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Well, I just tested... it still doesn't work... As soon as a user logs in, the WProcket cache is completely emptied :/

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@plop6901 So ask the company behind WProcket to debug this. So simple.

I do see you had similar issues with Varnish.

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@dimalifragis Thanks for your answer, but look at the attached file. They are already working on it since two days. I think it's important to tell the WPforo admins about the problem though.

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@plop6901 WProcket has a debug. They should find WHO is asking for the total cache to be cleared.

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@dimalifragis yes, and apparently it's wpforo

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Posted by: @plop6901

@dimalifragis yes, and apparently it's wpforo

"apparently". No. Their debug should show who is calling their "hook" or whatever.

 

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Posted by: @plop6901

@dimalifragis Thanks for your answer, but look at the attached file. They are already working on it since two days. I think it's important to tell the WPforo admins about the problem though.

From their reply, i see a suggestion to disable wpForo caching and let wpRocket to cache wpForo.

This is a wrong reply because wpRocket can't do that. No caching plugin can do that.

 

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@dimalifragis may be but I am obliged to follow their procedure for the moment

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