Getting Started

Welcome to the Page Cache Warmer documentation. Whether you are new or an advanced user, you can find some useful information here.

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How to install the extension

How to install the extension Back up your store's database and web directory. Log in to the SSH console of your server and navigate to the root directory of the Magento 2 store. Copy the installation instructions from the page My Downloadable Products to...

Page Cache Warmer settings

Page Cache Warmer settings The settings of Cache Warmer are located at System ▸ Page Cache Warmer ▸ Settings and are grouped into the following sections: General Settings - basic configuration of the warming process. Performance - allows you to manag...

Cache Warmer Rules

Cache Warmer Rules Go to System > Page Cache Warmer > Warm Rules. You will see one or multiple example rules in the list. You can use an existing configurable rule or create your own rules, according to your store-specific goals. img { width:100...

Cache Warmer Pages

Cache Warmer Pages Go to System > Page Cache Warmer > Pages. You will see warmed pages. Warm Cache - add the page to the FPC cache. Clean Cache - delete the page from the FPC cache. Show CURL Request - displays the CURL request that the extension u...

Cache Warmer Sources

Cache Warmer Sources Sources allow you to configure the sources for URLs of your website. After configuring and synchronizing your sources, you'll be able to use them according to the conditions of Warm Rules Synchronization of sources works on the cron b...

Cache Warmer Jobs

Cache Warmer Jobs Go to System > Page Cache Warmer > Jobs. You will see Cache Warmer Jobs, which are used to warm uncached Pages. img { width:100%; } ...

Cache Warmer Cache Flushes

Cache Warmer Cache Flushes This page represents all cache flushes that happened in the store which affects the Full Page Cache. img { width:100%; } Each row represents a cache flush with additional info: the URL that triggered the cache fl...

Configuring "Hole Punch"

Configuring "Hole Punch" "Hole Punch" is a special feature of our extension, which allows you to exclude individual blocks from caching. This way, most parts of the page can still be cached except of selected blocks (so-called holes). This featu...

FPC Reports

FPC Reports Note This functionality will work only for Built-in mode (will not work for Varnish). Go to System > Page Cache Warmer > Efficiency Report. You will see FPC Reports. Average Response Time - the average time for Time To First Byte with ...

Command Line Interface

Command Line Interface Usage: php -f bin/magento [options] mirasvit:cache-warmer --warm - warm the pages which you can see in SYSTEM->Page Cache Warmer depending on Performance configurations mirasvit:cache-warmer --remove-all-pages - remove all pages...

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions What do Page Cache warmer do? How can I ensure that the full page cache is working? What can I do if all pages have "Pending" status? How do I check if my pages are cacheable? How can I make pages cacheable? How can I...

How to upgrade extension

How to upgrade extension To upgrade the extension, take the following steps: Back up your store's database and web directory. Log in to the SSH console of your server and navigate to the root directory of the Magento 2 store. Run the command composer req...

Disabling the Extension

Disabling the Extension Temporarily Disable To temporarily disable the extension, please follow these steps: Log in to the SSH console of your server and navigate to the root directory of the Magento 2 store. Run the command php -f bin/magento module:dis...

Change Log

Change Log 1.6.6 (2021-10-13) Fixed issue with trace displayed in the cache flushes grid if reason not detected 1.6.5 (2021-10-06) Improvements Ability to disable saving cache flush backtraces into the database (cache flush reason added) Ability to di...