It looks like you're showing page results there rather than site results, no?Mine with Cloudflare Pro Plan.
I should look at mine more closely, because I have complicated ad serving for desktop vs mobile as well, not to mention Europe vs non-Europe.No guest full page caching as I have complicated ad serving for Desktop vs Mobile.
Yes page result, I'll add site: now.It looks like you're showing page results there rather than site results, no?
With that setup condition might be cache also for Guest request.I should look at mine more closely, because I have complicated ad serving for desktop vs mobile as well, not to mention Europe vs non-Europe.
I use both. Mainly use bdCache for the parts XF caches by default into memcache, but into Redis instead. I use DB Optimise with Redis as well, and didn't want to have both Memcached and Redis at the same time, plus I like the ability to restart Redis or reboot the server without losing cache content, unlike Memcached.I currently don't use either one of those. But DragonByte Optimise seems to do everthing that bd Cache does and more, so if you use the former, the latter seems redundant.
Really cool, but I have to ask a question! Don't take this the wrong way because it's not a criticism, I'm just curious.@Amin Sabet @rdn as a fellow page speed addict you might want to check out a new script I whipped up to use APIs for Google PageSpeed Insights, GTMetrix and Webpagetest.org to run via command line pagespeed tests and optionally send the results to custom Slack channels. I even setup a cronjob to run the test every week and send results to my Slack Channel
Slack channel results
Google PageSpeed Insights
I am constantly optimising and trying new optimisation techniques and technologies (DNS,CDN,web/php caching/ngx_pagespeed etc) on my sites for performance and scalability and only way to monitor progress is to test it. Otherwise I'd be flying blindReally cool, but I have to ask a question! Don't take this the wrong way because it's not a criticism, I'm just curious.
What is your purpose of doing this on a regular schedule? The reason I ask, is are your sites changing enough and often enough to warrant on going speed testing?