Redis Object Cache


A persistent object cache backend powered by Redis. Supports Predis, PhpRedis (PECL), HHVM, replication, clustering and WP-CLI.

To adjust the connection parameters, prefix cache keys or configure replication/clustering, please see Other Notes.

Forked from Eric Mann’s and Erick Hitter’s Redis Object Cache.

Connection Parameters

By default the object cache drop-in will connect to Redis over TCP at and select database 0.

To adjust the connection parameters, define any of the following constants in your wp-config.php file.

  • WP_REDIS_CLIENT (default: not set)

    Specifies the client used to communicate with Redis. Supports hhvm, pecl and predis.

  • WP_REDIS_SCHEME (default: tcp)

    Specifies the protocol used to communicate with an instance of Redis. Internally the client uses the connection class associated to the specified connection scheme. Supports tcp (TCP/IP), unix (UNIX domain sockets), tls (transport layer security) or http (HTTP protocol through Webdis).

  • WP_REDIS_HOST (default:

    IP or hostname of the target server. This is ignored when connecting to Redis using UNIX domain sockets.

  • WP_REDIS_PORT (default: 6379)

    TCP/IP port of the target server. This is ignored when connecting to Redis using UNIX domain sockets.

  • WP_REDIS_PATH (default: not set)

    Path of the UNIX domain socket file used when connecting to Redis using UNIX domain sockets.

  • WP_REDIS_DATABASE (default: 0)

    Accepts a numeric value that is used to automatically select a logical database with the SELECT command.

  • WP_REDIS_PASSWORD (default: not set)

    Accepts a value used to authenticate with a Redis server protected by password with the AUTH command.

    Configuration Parameters

    To adjust the configuration, define any of the following constants in your wp-config.php file.

  • WP_CACHE_KEY_SALT (default: not set)

    Set the prefix for all cache keys. Useful in setups where multiple installs share a common wp-config.php or $table_prefix to guarantee uniqueness of cache keys.

  • WP_REDIS_SELECTIVE_FLUSH (default: not set)

    If set to true, flushing the cache will only delete keys that are prefixed with WP_CACHE_KEY_SALT (instead of emptying the entire Redis database). The selective flush is an atomic O(n) operation.

  • WP_REDIS_MAXTTL (default: not set)

    Set maximum time-to-live (in seconds) for cache keys with an expiration time of 0.

  • WP_REDIS_GLOBAL_GROUPS (default: ['blog-details', 'blog-id-cache', 'blog-lookup', 'global-posts', 'networks', 'rss', 'sites', 'site-details', 'site-lookup', 'site-options', 'site-transient', 'users', 'useremail', 'userlogins', 'usermeta', 'user_meta', 'userslugs'])

    Set the list of network-wide cache groups that should not be prefixed with the blog-id (Multisite only).

  • WP_REDIS_IGNORED_GROUPS (default: ['counts', 'plugins'])

    Set the cache groups that should not be cached in Redis.

  • WP_REDIS_DISABLED (default: not set)

    Set to true to disable the object cache at runtime.

  • WP_REDIS_GRACEFUL (default: not set)

    Set to false to disable graceful failures and throw exceptions.

  • WP_REDIS_IGBINARY (default: not set)

    Set to true to enable the igbinary serializer.

    Replication & Clustering

    To use Replication, Sharding or Clustering, make sure your server is running PHP7 or higher (HHVM is not supported) and you consulted the Predis or PhpRedis documentation.

For replication use the WP_REDIS_SERVERS constant, for sharding the WP_REDIS_SHARDS constant and for clustering the WP_REDIS_CLUSTER constant.

For authentication use the WP_REDIS_PASSWORD constant.

Replication (Master-Slave):

define( 'WP_REDIS_SERVERS', [
] );

Replication (Redis Sentinel):

define( 'WP_REDIS_CLIENT', 'predis' );
define( 'WP_REDIS_SENTINEL', 'mymaster' );
define( 'WP_REDIS_SERVERS', [
] );


define( 'WP_REDIS_SHARDS', [
] );

Clustering (Redis 3.0+):

define( 'WP_REDIS_CLUSTER', [
] );<h3>WP-CLI Commands</h3>

To use the WP-CLI commands, make sure the plugin is activated:

wp plugin activate redis-cache

The following commands are supported:

  • wp redis status

    Show the Redis object cache status and (when possible) client.

  • wp redis enable

    Enables the Redis object cache. Default behavior is to create the object cache drop-in, unless an unknown object cache drop-in is present.

  • wp redis disable

    Disables the Redis object cache. Default behavior is to delete the object cache drop-in, unless an unknown object cache drop-in is present.

  • wp redis update-dropin

    Updates the Redis object cache drop-in. Default behavior is to overwrite any existing object cache drop-in.

Imagens de tela

  • Plugin settings, connected to a single Redis server.

  • Plugin settings, not connected to a Redis cluster.


For detailed installation instructions, please read the standard installation procedure for WordPress plugins.

  1. Make sure Redis is installed and running.
  2. Install and activate plugin.
  3. Enable the object cache under Settings -> Redis, or in Multisite setups under Network Admin -> Settings -> Redis.
  4. If necessary, adjust connection parameters.

If your server doesn’t support the WordPress Filesystem API, you have to manually copy the object-cache.php file from the /plugins/redis-cache/includes/ directory to the /wp-content/ directory.


29 de setembro de 2019
Please keep it up to date. It is really helpful plugin! Thank you!
7 de julho de 2019
The plugin does just what it's supposed to do! My site now runs a lot faster. =) I has a problem at first when I tested it on my dev site and then my live site. After that my live site redirected to my dev site which was NOT good at all! But the solution was easy to find on google. I flushed the cashce first with: redis-cli FLUSHALL redis-cli FLUSHDB Then put this in the wp-config.php file of both installs: /* Replace "example" with something unique for each site */ define( 'WP_CACHE_KEY_SALT', 'example' ); define( 'WP_REDIS_SELECTIVE_FLUSH', true); Thanks for the plugin!!!!
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Registro de alterações


  • Require PHP 5.4 or newer
  • Use pretty print in diagnostics
  • Throw exception if Redis library is missing
  • Fixed cache not flushing for some users
  • Fixed admin issues when WP_REDIS_DISABLED is false


  • Added graceful Redis failures and WP_REDIS_GRACEFUL constant
  • Improved cluster support
  • Added redis_cache_expiration filter
  • Renamed redis_object_cache_get filter to redis_object_cache_get_value


  • Fixed potential fatal error related to wp_suspend_cache_addition()


  • Added support for igbinary
  • Added support for wp_suspend_cache_addition()


  • Fixed WP_REDIS_SHARDS not showing up in server list
  • Fixed WP_REDIS_SHARDS not working when using PECL extension
  • Removed WP_REDIS_SCHEME and WP_REDIS_PATH leftovers


  • Switched from single file Predis version to full library


  • Revert back to single file Predis version


  • Added support for Redis Sentinel
  • Added support for sharing
  • Switched to PHAR version of Predis
  • Improved diagnostics
  • Added $fail_gracefully parameter to WP_Object_Cache::__construct()
  • Always enforce WP_REDIS_MAXTTL
  • Pass $selective and $salt to redis_object_cache_flush action
  • Don’t set WP_CACHE_KEY_SALT constant


  • Added basic diagnostics to admin interface
  • Added WP_REDIS_DISABLED constant to disable cache at runtime
  • Prevent “Invalid plugin header” error
  • Return integer from increment() and decrement() methods
  • Prevent object cache from being instantiated more than once
  • Always separate cache key prefix and group by semicolon
  • Improved performance of build_key()
  • Only apply redis_object_cache_get filter if callbacks have been registered
  • Fixed add_or_replace() to only set cache key if it doesn’t exist
  • Added redis_object_cache_flush action
  • Added redis_object_cache_enable action
  • Added redis_object_cache_disable action
  • Added redis_object_cache_update_dropin action


  • Added WP-CLI support
  • Show host and port unless scheme is unix
  • Updated default global and ignored groups
  • Do a cache flush when activating, deactivating and uninstalling


  • Updated Predis to v1.1.1
  • Added redis_instance() method
  • Added incr() method alias for Batcache compatibility
  • Added redis_object_cache_delete action
  • Use WP_PLUGIN_DIR with WP_CONTENT_DIR as fallback
  • Set password when using a cluster or replication
  • Show Redis client in stats()
  • Change visibility of $cache to public
  • Use old array syntax, just in case


  • Make sure $result is not false in WP_Object_Cache::get()


  • Fixed connection issue


  • New admin interface
  • Added support for wp_cache_get()‘s $force and $found parameter
  • Added support for clustering and replication with Predis


  • UI improvements


  • Added redis_object_cache_set action
  • Added redis_object_cache_get action and filter
  • Prevented duplicated admin status messages
  • Load bundled Predis library only if necessary
  • Load bundled Predis library using WP_CONTENT_DIR constant
  • Updated stats() method output to be uniform with WordPress


  • Added composer.json
  • Added deactivation and uninstall hooks to delete object-cache.php
  • Added local serialization functions for better advanced-cache.php support
  • Updated bundled Predis version to 1.0.3
  • Updated heading structure to be semantic


  • Added Multisite support
  • Moved admin menu under Settings menu
  • Fixed PHP notice in get_redis_client_name()


  • Call select() and optionally auth() if HHVM extension is used


  • Added support for HHVM’s Redis extension
  • Added support for PECL Redis extension
  • Added WP_REDIS_CLIENT constant, to set preferred Redis client
  • Added WP_REDIS_MAXTTL constant, to force expiration of cache keys
  • Improved add_or_replace(), get(), set() and delete() methods
  • Improved admin screen styles
  • Removed all internationalization/localization from drop-in


  • Added “Flush Cache” button
  • Added support for UNIX domain sockets
  • Improved cache object retrieval performance significantly
  • Updated bundled Predis library to version 1.0.1


  • Load plugin translations
  • Hide global admin notices from non-admin users
  • Prevent direct file access to redis-cache.php and admin-page.php
  • Colorize “Disable Object Cache” button
  • Call Predis\Client->connect() to avoid potential uncaught Predis\Connection\ConnectionException


  • Initial release