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Does it do anything to rebuild the Post Cache if you are not using any caching?

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  • Does it do anything to rebuild the Post Cache if you are not using any caching?

    I realize that vb 3.8 is DEAD, and apparently no one will respond to these questions any longer.

    But if your config.php file is set like this (no caching), then is "Rebuild Post Cache" actually useful for fixing certain issues?
    (It takes forever to run when you have a large number of posts...)

    Code:
     // ****** DATASTORE CACHE CONFIGURATION *****
    // Here you can configure different methods for caching datastore items.
    // vB_Datastore_Filecache - to use includes/datastore/datastore_cache.php
    // vB_Datastore_APCu - to use APCu (which replaces APC)
    // vB_Datastore_XCache - to use XCache (not available for PHP 7+)
    // vB_Datastore_Memcached - to use a Memcache server, more configuration below
    // $config['Datastore']['class'] = 'vB_Datastore_Filecache';
    I know that in the database there is a datastore table which contains different "small" cache things like forumscache, stylecache etc, but I see no posts cache or threadscache tables in there.

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    This rebuilds the HTML in the postparsed table. If you make significant changes to your BBCode and related BBCode Templates, then you should run this. Otherwise, there isn't a lot of benefit. Certainly no reason to run it on a regular basis. None of these tools should be run as part of a routine maintenance schedule.
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    Wayne Luke
    The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
    vBulletin 5 API

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    • #3
      Thanks, that clears things up!

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