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Yes, Drupal 8 is slower than Drupal 7 - here's why | Jeff Geerling

Thu, 03/31/2016 - 13:21 -- rprice

The image above illustrates how BigPipe can help even slow-to-render pages deliver usable content to the browser very quickly. If you have a block in a sidebar that pulls in some data from an external service, or only one tiny user-specific block (like a "Welcome, Jeff!" widget with a profile picture) that takes a half second or longer to render, Drupal can now serve the majority of a page immediately, then send the slower content when it's ready.

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Yes, Drupal 8 is slower than Drupal 7 - here's why | Jeff Geerling

Thu, 03/31/2016 - 13:21 -- rprice

The image above illustrates how BigPipe can help even slow-to-render pages deliver usable content to the browser very quickly. If you have a block in a sidebar that pulls in some data from an external service, or only one tiny user-specific block (like a "Welcome, Jeff!" widget with a profile picture) that takes a half second or longer to render, Drupal can now serve the majority of a page immediately, then send the slower content when it's ready.

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Yes, Drupal 8 is slower than Drupal 7 - here's why | Jeff Geerling

Thu, 03/31/2016 - 13:21 -- rprice

The image above illustrates how BigPipe can help even slow-to-render pages deliver usable content to the browser very quickly. If you have a block in a sidebar that pulls in some data from an external service, or only one tiny user-specific block (like a "Welcome, Jeff!" widget with a profile picture) that takes a half second or longer to render, Drupal can now serve the majority of a page immediately, then send the slower content when it's ready.

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Safe cache_form Clear | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 15:57 -- rprice

Safely remove a limited number of items from the cache_form table. This module provides a drush command drush safe-cache-form-clear that can be run at a high frequency, keeping the table at a reasonable size. It requires that you use the database cache back-end for the cache_form table. Drupal's core cron can have problems clearing out the cache_form table when it grows extremely large. This module works around this by limiting the number of items expired from the cache in a single run, dealing with a single manageable chunk at a time.

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Safe cache_form Clear | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 15:57 -- rprice

Safely remove a limited number of items from the cache_form table. This module provides a drush command drush safe-cache-form-clear that can be run at a high frequency, keeping the table at a reasonable size. It requires that you use the database cache back-end for the cache_form table. Drupal's core cron can have problems clearing out the cache_form table when it grows extremely large. This module works around this by limiting the number of items expired from the cache in a single run, dealing with a single manageable chunk at a time.

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Safe cache_form Clear | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 15:57 -- rprice

Safely remove a limited number of items from the cache_form table. This module provides a drush command drush safe-cache-form-clear that can be run at a high frequency, keeping the table at a reasonable size. It requires that you use the database cache back-end for the cache_form table. Drupal's core cron can have problems clearing out the cache_form table when it grows extremely large. This module works around this by limiting the number of items expired from the cache in a single run, dealing with a single manageable chunk at a time.

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Cache Warmer | Drupal.org

Thu, 06/25/2015 - 10:20 -- rprice

cache_warmer is a drush command that hits a set of URIs of a drupal site based on the freshness of the content. The main purpose is to offer a complete setup for running a mostly cached drupal site without having to deal with expiration logic and instead use microcaching. Dealing with the expiration logic is messy and inefficient it requires additional work, be it from the drupal side of things, be it from the external cache side. Microcaching can be used with any type of site. Be it your portfolio or personal blog or a high traffic news site.

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saitanay/force_fct · GitHub

Tue, 12/02/2014 - 17:14 -- rprice

This module provides a Drush Command to delete expired cache_form entries. This drush command is meant to be configured as a cron tab to take care of purging cache_form table. Usage: drush ffct : Deletes expired cache_form entries. Limits to 1000 by default. drush ffct 2500 : Deletes 2500 expired cache_form entries. FAQ: 1) But there is already safe_cache_form_clear module. Why this one? Because safe_cache_form_clear module does NOT build the query in the most optimal way.

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