Does using set_transient() function can lead to MySQL problems?
As a plugin author, I have to think about many things. One of my plugins uses a temporarily PHP session to save the JSON data that receives through its API in array type.
Because PHP session has its limitations and sometimes causes memory problems, I decided to use the transient function that working nice.
If one site has over a thousand visits a day, each visitor has one temporary record in the database via transient function that expires every 60 minutes or less (depends on how the user determines).
Transient function uses a
wp_options table that has by default filed
What will happen when I reach the last
Does WordPress have some security trigger to reset
option_id or there is some other rule?
Or do I just not have to worry about it?