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Wordpress Cache Enabler vs Redis Cache

Discussion in 'Blogs & CMS usage' started by JarylW, May 7, 2016.

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    Hello! The same exact setup was used for each test done for the exception of Test A had Cache Enabler plugin installed and configured and test B had Redis Cache Installed and configured. - I did these tests myself. There was no CDN used on either tests conducted.

    I was just as surprised to see the end results myself. Cache Enabler is a very solid caching plugin. However, I just ran a new test which hasn't been published yet that uses nginx fastCGI cache and Redis - Nginx FastCGI cache was a little faster then redis - will be published soon.
     
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