Nginx Cache

Descripcion

Purge the Nginx cache (FastCGI, Proxy, uWSGI) automatically when content changes or manually within WordPress.

Requirements:

  • The Filesystem API needs to function without asking for credentials.
  • Nginx and PHP need to run under the same user, or PHP’s user needs write access to Nginx’s cache path.

Screenshots

  • Plugin settings page.

Installacion

For detailed installation instructions, please read the standard installation procedure for WordPress plugins.

  1. Install and activate plugin.
  2. Enter « Cache Zone Path » under Tools -> Nginx.
  3. Done.

Reviews

Excellent plugin, works as expected

Thank you to the author for this plugin, which does not need fastcgi_cache_purge. If you get the following error: nginx: [emerg] unknown directive "fastcgi_cache_purge" configuring NGINX, just skip the associated code and install this plugin instead.

Works Great

Works for page and post changes; not for site changes like title/description, but that's so infrequent it should barely matter. Plus the purge command in the admin bar works great. Thanks!
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Contributors & Developers

“Nginx Cache” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0.4

  • Improved translatable strings
  • Fixed auto-purge bug
  • Fixed bug when validating directory

1.0.3

  • Create cache directory if it doesn’t exists
  • Re-create cache directory after cache purge
  • Allow post types to be excluded from triggering a cache purge

1.0.2

  • Fixed 4.6 issue with file-system credentials

1.0.1

  • Improved testing of file-system credentials

1.0

  • Initial release