nsgoyat Don't get confused between Redis Full Page Cache and Redis Object Cache.
Oh... Great helpful info for me, great thanks.
Although, please check the following descriptions at Wp-rocket official site https://wp-rocket.me/blog/redis-object-caching/
- Install and Activate the Redis Object Caching Plugin
Next, install the Redis Object Caching plugin. Now that you have finished the ground work, it installs like most other plugins.
For details, check out Installing Plugins in the WordPress Codex.
WP Rocket and Redis
While WP Rocket doesn’t have Redis object caching built-in since its focus is on page caching, it’s still compatible. You can certainly use WP Rocket at the same time as you use Redis.
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Obviously, they recommend redis object cache by this plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/redis-cache/, this plugin is just the one that will be installed by the command:
wo site create site.tld --wpredis
As per the tutorials on Wp-rocket, they claim:
it’s still compatible. You can certainly use WP Rocket at the same time as you use Redis.
So, I am confused which way is right in the following two ways:
1# create sites by the command line: wo site create site.tld --wpredis, and then upload wp-rocket plugin to activate.
2# create sites by the command line: wo site create site.tld --wprocket, and then upload Redis Object Cache(https://wordpress.org/plugins/redis-cache/) to activate
what do you think please?