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01/08/2017 07:20:18 PM (3 years ago)
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  • Ticket #36455, comment 12

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    77@JanR if we are invalidating each file, do we still need to call opcache_reset?
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    9 @dd32 brings up a good point about the external plugin updates. I am not sure there is much that can be done here, these tools should be made aware to call wp_opcache_reset manually. There is also the case when updates are ran via the filesystem (FTP for instance), which will completely by-pass all of Wordpress/PHP. My best guess is that certain hosts whom have validate_timestamps deactivated should take extra precaution when deploying to production, probably part of their building procedures.
     9@dd32 brings up a good point about the external plugin updates. I am not sure there is much that can be done here, these tools should be made aware to call wp_opcache_reset manually. There is also the case when updates are ran via the filesystem (FTP for instance), which will completely by-pass all of Wordpress/PHP. My best guess is that certain hosts whom have validate_timestamps deactivated should take extra precaution when deploying to production, probably part of their build procedures.