Page Speed Magic and server side caching

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I am looking to get some more performance improvement and considering install server side caching. I wanted to see if there were any compatibility issues I should be aware or even recommendations. Considering memcached, redis or varnish. Looking like first two probably more preferable for Concrete from reading. Any insights appreciated.
Thanks! Bill

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mnakalay replied on at Permalink Reply

There shouldn't be any compatibility issues between the 2.

My package rewrites part of the page to reorganize some stuff and make sure JS scripts, images, and iframes are loaded asynchronously after the page loads.

So the first time the page is loaded I guess that modified page is what will be cached server-side and served again after that.

Those caching mechanisms work more or less the way concrete CMS caching works.

Now it doesn't mean that there can't be some edge cases or others so it's better to keep an eye open for those and thoroughly test your site.
bhans replied on at Permalink Reply
thanks for the info!

concrete5 Environment Information

# Concrete Version
Core Version - 9.1.3
Version Installed - 9.1.3
Database Version - 20220908074900

# Hostname

# Environment

# Database Information
Version: 10.4.24-MariaDB

# Concrete Packages
Instant Page Speed Magic (2.0), Open Graph Tags Lite (2.1.6), Replica Pro Theme (2.5.8)

# Concrete Overrides

# Concrete Cache Settings
Block Cache - On
Overrides Cache - On
Full Page Caching - On - If blocks on the particular page allow it.
Full Page Cache Lifetime - Every 6 hours (default setting).

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