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Connecting Redis to Wordpress

To connect Redis to Wordpress, you need to install the plugin - Redis Object Cache.

To do this , you need to go to the admin panel of your site -, open the Plugins menu, add a new one:

Now you need to go to the hosting control panel , open Hosting 2.0. - Management - FTP - enter the file manager,

open the www folder, find the wp-config.php file in it, open the file and write the following lines:

define('WP_REDIS_SCHEME', 'unix');
define('WP_REDIS_PATH', '/var/www/example/.system/redis/socket');
define('WP_CACHE_KEY_SALT', 'prefix');

'WP_REDIS_PATH' copy the line from the additional service section - Redis

'WP_CACHE_KEY_SALT' - you can write the name of the site for which caching is configured, or set a unique prefix for several sites.

An example of the arrangement of lines in the configuration file:

Now we return to the admin panel of the site , open the " Plugins" menu , find the desired plugin , click " Settings " :

In the settings , click " Enable object cache " :

If the setting is successful , we will see the following result :

Have a nice job!