Recacher is a cache warming performance optimalization module for Drupal 7. It tracks URLs expired by Cache Expiration and then promptly re-caches them using HTTPRL.

Direct Queue


Direct Queue allows you to process queue items concurrently outside of the Drupal cron pipeline.
The module uses Drupal Console to process queue items.


Sometimes tasks can take a very long time, you don't want queue items waiting for each other and you want to be able to process multiple queue items at the same time. By default, Drupal Queue Items are processed in the cron and run sequential, there is no concurrency. It's also common to only run the queue every x minutes (depends on configuration), so you have to wait for the next cron run.

Expire CloudFront

This module is an Cache Expiration plugin for AWS CloudFront

Note It can take 10-15 minutes to process invalidation requests. See the Invalidation Limits documentation for details.

It usually takes 10 to 15 minutes for CloudFront to complete your invalidation request, depending on the number of invalidation paths that you included in the request.

FOSHttpCache Purger

This project provides a FOSHttpCache library based purger to the Purge project to integrate with HTTP caching proxies such as Varnish and NGINX.

Performance Insights

In our time, site performance plays an important role and have a significant impact on user experience. The main idea of this module is to do extensive analysis of Drupal project’s infrastructure, and settings and suggest real improvements in order to make your site faster and faster.

Expire Admin

This module allows for site admins to clear cached pages through the Expire module.

Currently you can do this through two ways:

  • By adding the expire page block to a viewable region. This block contains a button allowing the user to expire the current page cache.
  • You can enable a local task by going to admin/config/development/performance/expire-admin. An expire page tab will now appear on every page


  • Expire module (version 2.0 or higher)


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