___/ On Tue 16 May 2006 20:12:39 BST, [ Eric Hochberger ] wrote : \___
On May 16, 2006, at 2:33 PM, David House wrote:
On 16/05/06, Eric Hochberger <mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I noticed that with the nightly builds, wordpress caching seems to be
We turned it off, not enough return for all its troubles.
Well my highly successful wordpress site (yay!) is taking down
my server (boo!) I really really need to get caching back on. The
disable cache is NOT enabled. Any ideas on how to enable? The
writable cache folder under wp-content is completely empty! I'd
really appreciate it and so would my dying server!
Try the following line in your wp-config.php:
Hmm... if it's not worth it, what would you guys suggest I do to
speed up my site?
If some particular set of pages takes the majority of the load**, then
consider creating a static page and redirecting to it all requests from
the dynamically-generated URL. You will of course lose plenty by doing so,
but if the load is very high on that page (e.g. thousands of requests per
day), this can make all the difference in the world.
Hope it helps,
(**) Often the case with pages offering software, bound to an
almost-endless trail of comments.
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