Static files are served to: 99% of your visitors will be served static html files.Those users who don’t see the static files will still benefit because they will see different cached files that aren’t quite as efficient but still better than uncached.
If for some reason “supercaching” doesn’t work on your server then don’t worry.
If you remove a package from the cache, you do not affect the copy of the software installed on your system.
To remove all entries for currently enabled repositories from the cache, type the following as a eliminates the sqlite cache used for faster access to metadata.
It took more than 6 months to build, and a lot of people along the way told me, what we were doing was impossible on shared hosting. 😉 Super Cacher is a web caching service that we developed internally and exclusively at Site Ground. Next time that particular page is requested, the request gets served from the cache directly while the web server sits idle.
Cache is known to significantly reduce the impact of many visitors/hits onto your website’s loading speed by sparing the resources of your host server and delivering the websites dramatically faster.
And should you multiply this by a big number of visitors at the same time, the impact would be… 2) Memcached is probably the most popular memory caching system that is used by thousands of database-driven sites on the Internet including You Tube, Facebook, Wikipedia.
It speeds up these websites by caching results from database queries in RAM.
This is extremely useful in high-read, low-write environments (such as most websites).
, you cannot enable the query cache unless you rebuild or reinstall a version of Maria DB with the cache available.
Thus, if the result of the same query is needed again, it will be instantaneously taken from the RAM, rather than generated again from the Database, which is usually a slower process and requires more computing power.
The query cache stores results of SELECT queries so that if the identical query is received in future, the results can be quickly returned.