What is the cache warming up? It's a cache memory warming process that developers use to improve website performance.
Many websites rely heavily on cache. It is a system that stores parts of a web page in high-performance mass memory. It is done to avoid loading information from low-performance systems or from parts of systems with lower bandwidth.
Cache files are present in many places when configuring the page. They can be found in processors, embedded in the database, as well as in applications such as Redis or Memcached.