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eZ Publish Cache In Details: expiry.php and ezcache.php command

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An eZ Publish website changes over time in terms of functionality, volume, attendance and therefore activity and behavior of its cache. The low-level understanding of the expiry.php file and a judicious use of the ezcache.php script are two important prerequisite to master live deployments and diagnose possible massive caches expiry that can impact the proper functioning of a website.


About the author: Gilles Guirand

Gilles Guirand

Gilles Guirand (CTO Kaliop – eZ Publish Platinum partner) combines 12 years of experience in Web development, 5 of which dedicated specifically on the deployment of large national projects using eZ Publish. He is today a regular conference speaker, an active contributor (Award 2011) and a board member of eZ Publish community.


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