Possible to pre warm or preload redis cache?


#1

Is there any option or possibility to preload or prewarm Redis cache?


#2

I’m also interested in this. Seems first load is 3secs, 2nd is 1.2


#3

I was actually wondering the same thing. I know some Wordpress cache plugins will do this. Perhaps a future feature of the redid cache plugin.


#4

Check this out. https://wordpress.org/plugins/warm-cache/changelog/ I’m going to test it, it might be a solution to the problem.


#5

Thank but i am running magento !


#6

Well if you are using wordpress that plugin seems to work well, I’ve been testing it out. I have a cron job that runs the task every 4 hours. I do wish someone that knew more could comment on how long redis keeps the pages in cache. Everything I’ve read it seems like the page should be in cache until a page is changed or flushed with the nginx helper plugin. However it does seem like after a few hours the pages are being dropped out of cache and have a slightly longer first load time. If anyone could give some insight on this it would be great!


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