This page is talking about the cache management of a page.
A page is composed of:
- its content
Each rendering goes into the cache until:
If you need to delete the page cache at interval because your page contains time-based data, you can use the page cache expiration frequency.
Cache time interval
The cache time interval is a standard dokuwiki application configuration that sets a maximum age for the cache file.
If the interval has expired since the last creation date of the cache, the cache has expired and there is a cache miss.
You can read more on the Dokuwiki dedicated page.
By adding the purge property to a page URL, you will purge the cache for this particular page.
For each slot, you can see the cache:
- for the parsing instructions (the parse tree)
- for the html page
- for the metadata
After 2 rendering, you should see only cache hits.
- the first rendering will do the initial work
- the second one should be only cache hit
If the second request does not hit the cache, this is because a metadata may have been set by a third party plugin.