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Docket Cache WP Admin Interface
Updated: 07-Dec-2020 | Version: >= 20.10.10
The Docket Cache keeps the admin interface clean, responsive and simple as possible, predefined configuration and reuses WordPress library as much as possible.

Overview

The Overview section is a central place to view the current status of Docket Cache activities, configuration and other useful information.
Label
Description
Web Server
Web Server name.
PHP SAPI
PHP version and type of Server API.
Cloudflare
Cloudflare IP and Ray ID. (1)
Web Proxy
Web Proxy IP other than Cloudflare. (2)
Object Cache Stats
Total object size in cache files.
Object OPcache Stats
Total OPcache size in memory, for objects cache files.
WP OPcache Stats
Total OPcache size in memory, for WordPress files.
PHP Memory Limit
Your Server PHP memory limit setting.
WP Frontend Memory Limit
WordPress Website memory limit.
WP Backend Memory Limit
WordPress Admin memory limit.
WP Multi Site
Status either is Multisite. (3)
WP Multi Network
Status either is Multi-Network. (4)
Primary Network
Status either is Primary Network. (4)
Network Locking File
Network Lock file. (4)
Drop-in Writable
Status either Drop-in file can be written, replace or delete.
Drop-in use Wrapper
Status either Drop-in file is wrapper file. (5)
Drop-in Wrapper Available
Status either Drop-in wrapper file exists. (5)
Drop-in Wrapper File
Drop-in wrapper file location. (5)
Drop-in File
Drop-in file path.
Cache Writable
Status either cache file can be written, replace or delete.
Cache Files Limit
Current total cache files and maximum files can be store on disk.
Cache Disk Limit
Current total size cache files and maximum size can be store on disk.
Cache Path
Cache directory path.
Config Writable
Status either config file can be written, replace or delete.
Config Path
Config directory path.
    1.
    Only visible if your website running behind Cloudflare.
    2.
    Only visible if web proxy is not Cloudflare such Sucuri and Varnish.
    3.
    Only visible in Multisite single-network.
    4.
    Only visible in Multisite Multi-Network setup.
    5.
    Only visible if DOCKET_CACHE_CONTENT_PATH constant defined.

Configuration

The configuration section allows you to change the Docket Cache behaviour without using constant variables. If related constant defined in the wp-config.php file, it will overwrite the changes in this section.
Label
Related Constant
Cronbot Service
Cache Log
Advanced Post Caching
Object Cache Precaching
WordPress Translation Caching
Optimize WP Query
Optimize Term Count Queries
Optimize Database Tables
Suspend WP Options Autoload
Post Missed Schedule Tweaks
Misc Performance Tweaks
Misc WooCommerce Tweaks
Deactivate WooCommerce Admin
Deactivate WooCommerce Widget
Deactivate WooCommerce WP Dashboard
Deactivate WooCommerce Cart Fragments
Remove XML-RPC / Pingbacks
Remove WP Header Junk
Deactivate WP Emoji
Deactivate WP Feed
Deactivate WP Embed
Deactivate WP Lazy Load
Deactivate WP Sitemap
Deactivate WP Application Passwords
Admin Page Cache Preloading
Admin Page Loader
Object Cache Data Stats
Garbage Collector Action Button
Docket Cache Auto Update
Check Critical Version

Cache Log

The cache log section allows you to view cache log for debugging and monitor cache activities. This section only visible if Cache Log option enabled at the configuration section.
Label
Description
Timestamp
Timestamp format.
Log All
Enable or Disable Log All.
Log File
Log file path.
Log Size
Log file size.
Flush Log
Flush log file.
Please refer to DOCKET_CACHE_LOG* related constant for details.

Cronbot

The cronbot section allows you to connect Docket Cache with Cronbot Service. This section also provides a function to view and execute registered cron task.
Label
Description
Service Status
Status either connected to Cronbot Service.
Last Received Ping
Timestamp last Cronbot Service connect to your website.
Next Expecting Ping
Timestamp next Cronbot Service expected connect to your website.
Connect
Connect to Cronbot Service.
Disconnect
Disconnect from Cronbot Service.
Run Scheduled Event
Execute scheduled cron task.
Run All Now
Execute all cron task.
Please refer to DOCKET_CACHE_CRONBOT constant for details.
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