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    Mik Bakker commented  · 

    Especially undoing massive changes which break websites completely... This should have been added from the start imho.

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    Mik Bakker commented  · 

    Add this please and/or update your tutorial about it. Varnish 6.x is the latest and the Docker tutorial is 4 years old!!

    https://www.plesk.com/blog/product-technology/varnish-wordpress-docker-container/

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    Mik Bakker commented  · 

    Add this already! 674 votes is a serious amount to take this seriously!
    Applications, like Wordpress, are getting more and more demanding. Even DA supports Varnish nowadays without much effort.

    Why can't Plesk follow this example? A lot of "junk" is added to Plesk nowadays, but not much useful stuff like Varnish!

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