NGINX is an open-source web server software which will provide a reverse proxy, load balancing and high-performance caching for your websites.
Nginx is now enabled by default for all packages as a reverse proxy cache. Normally, the benefits of caching are visible through an increase in the general speed and availability of your sites via caching. This works by saving a copy of site content, then returning this copy to the user directly. Removing the need to request and generate the content from the origin server every time a user visits a site. This is a much more efficient way of handling requests, especially on busy sites.
One such occasion is during the active development of a site. You might need changes to appear immediately, because of how caching works it might be best to disable the cache entirely for the duration of development.
This guide outlines how to do this from your cPanel control panel, so go to your cPanel. After logging in, you can see Nginx option available in right side general information of cPanel.
Enable Nginx Cache in cPanel
To enable the cache, click the highlighted radio button and a small spinning icon will appear. Caching is active when the button appears blue and Active appears.
Disable Nginx Cache in cPanel
To disable caching, click the highlighted button below, the loading icon indicates it is working. Caching is disabled when the button appears clear and the text Inactive appears. It will also remove the Clear Cache button.
Clear Nginx Cache in cPanel
Clearing the cache is simple, just click the Clear Cache button as indicated below. If the cache clean-up is successful, a green notification will appear above.