SimplePie_Cache_Redis::__construct() – Create a new cache object

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Description

Create a new cache object

Usage

SimplePie_Cache_Redis::__construct( $location, $name, $options );

Parameters

$location
( string ) required – Location string (from SimplePie::$cache_location)
$name
( string ) required – Unique ID for the cache
$options
( mixed ) optional

Returns

void

Source

File name: wordpress/wp-includes/SimplePie/Cache/Redis.php


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    public function __construct($location, $name, $options = null) {
        //$this->cache = \flow\simple\cache\Redis::getRedisClientInstance();
        $parsed = SimplePie_Cache::SimplePie_Cache::parse_URL($location);
        $redis = new Redis();
        $redis->connect($parsed['host'], $parsed['port']);
        if (isset($parsed['pass'])) {
            $redis->auth($parsed['pass']);
        }
        if (isset($parsed['path'])) {
            $redis->select((int)substr($parsed['path'], 1));
        }
        $this->cache = $redis;

        if (!is_null($options) && is_array($options)) {
            $this->options = $options;
        } else {
            $this->options = array (
                'prefix' => 'rss:simple_primary:',
                'expire' => 0,
            );
        }

        $this->name = $this->options['prefix'] . $name;
    }
 

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