On Apr 14, 2009, at 2:45 AM, Robert G. wrote:
Im using Wordpress for my blog and its running on a Xen VPS with nginx
0.7.51, php-fpm and the lastest memcache daemon with memcache
in php. Everything works fine, but I would like to speed up the blog
I heard that the best idea is Batcache.
I installed batcache, everything fine, but it doesnt cache anything,
nothing goes to memcache.
Is there any rewrite rules need it for batcache to work?!
No rewrite rules are needed for batcache to work. Are you sure your
object-caching is working correctly in your WordPress environment?
Sounds like either a configuration error (memcached servers array
defined incorrectly or possible firewall rules blocking access). Are
you using the PECL memcache client or the pure-php implementation?
Are you seeing any php errors in your logs? For testing you can set
var $seconds to 0 so the pages get cached immediately.
Does anyone how come really good example or explanation how to set it
The instructions in the readme are pretty straightforward: