The Caching control panel in Plone's
Site Setup supports a granular control of caching operations for a Plone site.
This control panel consists of four main tabs:
Where you can control caching behaviour, it contains five fieldsets:
For global options, such as turning caching on or off.
Where you can control Plone's use of a caching proxy, such as Varnish or a CDN.
Where you can control Plone's use of in-memory cache.
Where caching rulesets (hints about views and resources used for caching purposes) can be associated with caching operations.
Those either intercept a request to return a cached response, or modify a response to add cache control headers.
This is also where rulesets for legacy page templates (created through the web or the
portal_skins tool) are configured.
Where you can configure parameters for individual caching operations.
Where you can import pre-defined profiles of cache settings.
Purge caching proxy#
Where you can manually purge content from a caching proxy.
This tab only appears if you have purging enabled under Change settings.
Where you can view statistics about and purge the RAM cache.