https://cip-labs.net/2010/12/01/a-simple-cache-for-wordpress/ code is poetry laboratories - PHP, MySQL, Lighttpd, Web-performance Fri, 27 Jul 2012 18:11:39 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2 hourly 1 By: Alex https://cip-labs.net/2010/12/01/a-simple-cache-for-wordpress/comment-page-1/#comment-680 Alex Tue, 15 Mar 2011 19:31:11 +0000 https://cip-labs.net/?p=171#comment-680 Hej Martin, i think there is a little misunderstanding. Of course, the comment handling works well, if you have a small TTL. The routine that performs your comment-request goes a different route, then the simple page request does (For instance on this page: cip-labs.net/wp-comments-post.php). After the TTL expires, the cache file would be, simply, overwritten. This project is a very simple and stupid cache. But, it was necessary to serve a high amount (with high concurrency) of requests on a client blog. The obvious solution was to serve the files static and that was the reason of development. The simple Wordpress cache is also a part of Speedpress. This is also a project of cip-labs. It is a Wordpress system that contains approx. 20 hacks, extensions and improvements to make Wordpress faster. It will be published in summer 2011 together with a new cms performance report. Stay tuned && regards! Alex Hej Martin,

i think there is a little misunderstanding. Of course, the comment handling works well, if you have a small TTL. The routine that performs your comment-request goes a different route, then the simple page request does (For instance on this page: https://cip-labs.net/wp-comments-post.php). After the TTL expires, the cache file would be, simply, overwritten.

This project is a very simple and stupid cache. But, it was necessary to serve a high amount (with high concurrency) of requests on a client blog. The obvious solution was to serve the files static and that was the reason of development.

The simple Wordpress cache is also a part of Speedpress. This is also a project of cip-labs. It is a Wordpress system that contains approx. 20 hacks, extensions and improvements to make Wordpress faster.

It will be published in summer 2011 together with a new cms performance report.

Stay tuned && regards!
Alex

]]> By: Martin https://cip-labs.net/2010/12/01/a-simple-cache-for-wordpress/comment-page-1/#comment-679 Martin Tue, 15 Mar 2011 11:46:01 +0000 https://cip-labs.net/?p=171#comment-679 Nice project, but how do you handle post requests? When i write a comment, it will always post to the same url. If I understand your description right, i can only do one comment and every other comment will be dropped because the cache file for this url is allready there and so the wordpress process will not be started. Martin Nice project, but how do you handle post requests? When i write a comment, it will always post to the same url. If I understand your description right, i can only do one comment and every other comment will be dropped because the cache file for this url is allready there and so the wordpress process will not be started.

Martin

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