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accepted fastcgi_cache_path keys_zone=WPCACHE:2048m inactive=480m; disk size
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comment Nginx caching pages for logged in WordPress users (and showing admin bar to visitors!)
Thanks Tim, a question for understanding and not criticism I very much appreciate your help... any reason this wasn't listed in your original post? Is it doing something different? I don't see that section on other nginx cache tutorials (i.e. nginx.com/blog/…) - clarification much appreciated.
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comment fastcgi_cache_path keys_zone=WPCACHE:2048m inactive=480m; disk size
Many thanks online have read that "zone_size" is a size of keys_zone (to store cache keys), whereas "max_size" is a maximum size of data on disk (i.e. cache itself). If I wanted 2GB of cached files, any recommendations on how big would I need to make the cache keys size (or any rules of thumb to calculate this)?
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comment Nginx fastcgi_cache not working for one WP site (but working OK for time.php on different vhost)
I was just wondering how you got on with the tutorial? :)
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comment Nginx fastcgi_cache not working for one WP site (but working OK for time.php on different vhost)
Thanks Tim, I prefer to keep the wordpress instances (and key_zone caches) totally separate if at all possible.
Jan
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comment Nginx fastcgi_cache not working for one WP site (but working OK for time.php on different vhost)
Thanks Tim, I would very much like to read your tutorial. Any points on how to have multiple WordPress sites, same as above for each file? Presume would use a different key_zone for each site? Also if one had a lot of RAM (say 64GB) a RAM cache of 1GB would be sufficient or overkill? It you could post a full file it would be appreciated and will mark as answered, keen to see how you pass on to the PHP-FPM process (and securely, as understand there as some security issues if not done correctly)?
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comment nginx + php-fpm downloading php (CentOS 7)
Thanks for time @Tim for you reply, stupidly it was the URL from which i was access it (mistmatched via a hostile entry on my machine) as soon as i access via server_name IP it works. I don't know why it didn't just come up with 404 not found but instead downloaded. Anyways is working so happy now!