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galliCache is an elgg plugin, which caches your site’s public pages and serve your users with these cached pages. The plugin is available for Elgg 1.8 websites only. By using this plugin you can avoid plenty of DB queries, page creation time etc and this will speed up your Elgg website significantly. Unfortunately it still means loading the PHP engine to serve the cached files.
Plugin sponsored and funded by : CMC | http://cmccochin.org/
For Installation, Configuration etc.. see the tutorial at http://www.webgalli.com/blog/elgg-gallicache-plugin-a-performance-booster-for-your-elgg-websites/
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If we have to use elgg's pages plugin etc.. we have to find alternate solutions for uploading images, htmlawed will filter embeded codes etc.. When a good CMS is there in our site, why should we go for more complicated tasks? Its for our convenience.
@rj : Sorry for any inconvenience caused. There were some issues with server and its fixed 3hours before. If you still cant access it, pm us with any error messages you are receiving and try again later.
It wont be possible for us to use the service of thirdprty websites for hosting resources.
@Team Webgalli thanks for the great plugin! i have a problem though, after activating this plugin two days later my site was giving me this message "Resource limit has been reached" plus when i checked the process reader in cpanel, it was at maximum and it was just 3 members on the site. I really don't know if it was due to this plugin but any technical support would be greatly appreciated,thank you.
@Team Webgalli: Lol, 3 members on the site doesn't seem like a major traffic spike to me or does it? Well, it seemed like it was some other plugin causing errors thats been catche with each page refresh thereby increasing the number of processes beyond my paid hosting plan! but i wouldn't call it a cheap plan cos i still paid for it.Nice plugin so i will still look a way around to use it still and thanks for the technical advise.
@Dave : this plugin wont create issues with resource. Even if it creates issue for you, then it will be regarding conflict with themes (since page skelton is overrided) or with storage space (when you have no cron running, bcoz a backup copy of every page is stored). But you cant run a social network, if you are having only a limited storage space.
i just ran with nginx on my test site, i am seeing that the pages load about 15% -30% slower with this cache plugin. i have the plugin last in the plugin list, the other 2 elgg caches are on and i am testing by loading and reloading some of the pages.. any thoughts as to why that might be? thanks
i am observing the network tab of the inspect panel in chromium - win32.
3 times are shown, one as an overall timing for loading and one for dom load and one for page onload event.
i am simply loading pages, such as video main page and photo main page and then reloading them.
be aware that nginx functions quite differently with regards to apache in terms of static content - as i recall reading - though do not know in full detail through direct experience.