tillkruss/redis-cache

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A persistent object cache backend for WordPress powered by Redis. Supports Predis, PhpRedis, Credis, HHVM, replication and clustering.

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A persistent object cache backend powered by Redis. Supports Predis, PhpRedis (PECL), Credis, HHVM, replication, clustering and WP-CLI.

Redis Object Cache screenshots

Object Cache Pro

A business class Redis object cache backend. Truly reliable, highly optimized, fully customizable and with a dedicated engineer when you most need it.

  • Rewritten for raw performance
  • 100% WordPress API compliant
  • Faster serialization and compression
  • Easy debugging & logging
  • Cache analytics and preloading
  • Fully unit tested (100% code coverage)
  • Secure connections with TLS
  • Health checks via WordPress & WP CLI
  • Optimized for WooCommerce, Jetpack & Yoast SEO

Learn more about Object Cache Pro.

Installation

For detailed installation instructions, please see the installation wiki page.

Connection Parameters

By default the object cache drop-in will connect to Redis over TCP at 127.0.0.1:6379 and select database 0.

To adjust the connection parameters, client, timeouts and intervals, please see the connection parameters wiki page.

Configuration Options

The plugin comes with quite a few configuration options, such as key prefixes, a maximum time-to-live for keys, ignored group and many more.

Please see the configuration options wiki page for a full list.

Replication & Clustering

To use Replication, Sharding or Clustering, make sure your server is running PHP7 or higher (HHVM is not supported) and you consulted the Predis or PhpRedis documentation.

Please see the replication & clustering wiki page for more information.

WP-CLI Commands

To see a list of all available WP-CLI commands, please see the WP CLI commands wiki page.

Development

Head over to the Docker Development wiki page to spin up various Redis setups.