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  1. HI there,

    Great plugin, thanks a lot!

    The only issue I have – since plugin installed – i can’t update child template php files (functions.php) anymore.
    Always getting the following: “Unable to communicate back with site to check for fatal errors, so the PHP change was reverted. You will need to upload your PHP file change by some other means, such as by using SFTP.”

    Once plugin uninstalled – everything back to normal.

    Ok, I disabled one-by-one and then everything in CONFIGURATION section just to see the difference – getting the same error.

    Please advise,


  2. Very good and well developed plugin. Congratulations and thanks a lot!

    BTW, I’m using it with Nginx with apache as reserve proxy with cache enabled..When I have nginx cache off it’s almost the same speed, less then 1 second difference.

    I read your article about WP cache and learned a lot. Are there any hints or special tweaks for using nginx cache opcache and docket>

    Thanks a lot!

    1. Hi, thank you for your reviews.

      Docket cache is an object cache plugin, which is related to database queries and most of the docket cache features and tweaks related to it. If your website doesn’t have a lot of content, there’s not much to compare. For heavy websites, there are some speeds that you will experience especially in the WP Admin Panel.

      Currently, I don’t have much issue dealing with nginx reversed proxy, it seems your server is well configured. No tweaks or hints I can give, btw, you can always play around with the configuration and refer to docs for more information.

      Thanks again.

  3. Thank you very much, it’s working nicely. One question I had is regarding the ‘Advanced Post Caching’. The description says WP Post Queries, but what is not entirely clear is if that includes custom post types/taxonomies as well or just ‘post’ type queries and if anything else needs to be done to set it up to do so.

    Thanks again!

    1. Hi,

      Thank you for using Docket Cache.

      Advanced Post Caching, basically we cache the WP Queries for ‘post’ that involved counting and only for Post Type ‘post’. This caching will reduce database query.

      You may refer here:

      These are what we cached:

      Gets filled with the requested posts from the database.

      The number of posts being displayed.

      The total number of posts found matching the current query parameters

      This caching also caches the total numbers of Comments and Posts at the wp-admin sidebar.

      I hope this answers your question.


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