Authenticated User Page Caching 6.x-1.0-rc2

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Program licensingScript Licensing : GPL - GNU General Public License
CreatedCreated : Jan 5, 2011
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drupal's PHP code spends 1-2 milliseconds serving pages, greatly reducing server resources and increasing page_load speed.
Enabling authenticated user caching will require modifying how user-customized content displays on pages.
Anonymous caching won't require any changes and will offer a speed improvement over Drupal core since hitting the database can be completely avoided.
cache saves the final rendered HTML of a page to serve visitors.
A separate cache is created for each user role as defined by the administrator, so some roles can be excluded if necessary.
Authcache places priority on serving pages to the visitor as fast as possible.
After a page is loaded by the browser, a second HTTP request may be performed via Ajax.
This initiates a lightweight Drupal SESSION bootstrap that allows SQL queries to be executed (such as updating the user "history" table or node "statistics" table), and returns any user-customized data to the page (such as form tokens or default values on a contact form).
If a user logs in with JavaScript disabled, they will not receive the cached version of pages.
The advantage in installing a cache handler module is that the caching engine (APC, Memcache, etc) is used instead of the database for all Drupal cache data, allowing for a sitewide performance increase regardless of whether pages are cached or not.
Caching prerendered HTML and gzipping using maximum compression allows for extremely fast page response times.
When debug mode is enabled for Authcache, benchmarks are displayed. It's possible for Drupal+Authcache+APC to retrieve cached pages in under 1 millisecond. This represents a huge performance increase and the potential to handle hundreds of page requests/second!
Setup Process:
Unpack in your modules folder (usually '/sites/all/modules/')
Enable under Administer > Site Building > Modules
Demands:

• Drupal 6. x

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