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Docket Cache – Object Cache Accelerator

Docket Cache – Object Cache Accelerator

Version : 20.08.18
Tested up to : 5.5.1
Number of download : 17
Author : Nawawi Jamili
Average rating : 5 / 5 on 7 votes 7 votes, 5 avg.rating

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Docket Cache – Object Cache Accelerator
Docket Cache – Object Cache Accelerator
Docket Cache – Object Cache Accelerator
Docket Cache – Object Cache Accelerator

The Docket cache is a persistent WordPress Object Cache that is stored as a plain PHP code. Intends to provide an alternative option for those who can’t use Redis or Memcached server. Rather than using serialize and unserialize a PHP object to store into flat files, this plugin stores data by converting the object into plain PHP code which results in faster data retrieval and better performance with Zend OPcache enabled. Kindly refer to the WordPress documentation on Object Cache. Why use this plugin? When it comes to reliable persistent Object Cache in WordPress, Redis or Memcached comes on top. However, those solutions require knowledge of server and rarely available at low cost or shared hosting servers. The only solution is to store the object caches into files. With WordPress, exporting the PHP objects are not easy, most plugin that implements file-based solution will serialize and unserialize the object to store and retrieve the data. The Docket Cache is better because it converts the object cache into plain PHP code. This solution is faster since WordPress can use the cache directly without running other operation. Features Object caching + OPcache Advanced Post Caching Object Cache Precaching WordPress Translation Caching Term Count Queries Optimization Post, Page, Comment Count Optimization Database Tables Optimization WP Options Autoload suspension Post Missed Schedule Tweaks Cache Log Cronbot Service Multisite support Requirements To use Docket Cache requires minimum: PHP 7.2.5 WordPress 5.4 Zend OPcache Configuration Options To adjust the configuration, please refer to Configuration documentation for details. WP-CLI Commands To use the WP-CLI commands, please refer to WP-CLI documentation for available commands Development Report issues Send Pull requests Changelog Documentation Credits Isometric graphic by upklyak/freepik.com

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