I am experiencing a bizarre problem. I have enabled super-caching, but no WP Super Cache pages are being created.
WP Super Cache 1.2 is installed and the following settings are enabled:
- "Caching On"
- "Cache hits to this website for quick access"
- "Use mod_rewrite to serve cache files"
- "Cache rebuild. Serve a supercache file to anonymous users while a new file is being generated."
- "Mobile device support."
However, when I look at the Cache Contents stats, WP-Super-Cache shows 0 cached pages but lots of WP-Cache pages (at the moment: 122 cached page, 21 expired pages). Anytime I click the "regenerate cache stats" link, WP-Super-Cache always shows "0 cached pages," even though the numbers for WP-Cache are always changing.
Digging a little deeper, if I look at the folder structure via FTP, I can see a folder called /wp-content/cache/supercache When I inspect the supercache folder, there are folder names which correspond to the article names on my website, and new folders are being added all the time as users visit the site.
BUT... all of the supercache folders are empty!
When I turn on Debugging and look at the debug log, I see the following message for roughly 80% of hits on the website: "Supercache disabled: GET or feed detected or disabled by config."
Where do I go from here?
My question for the community is this: What does this message mean? It looks like it means that supercache is disabled because of one of three possible reasons:
- Feed detected
- Disabled by config
What do each of these things mean? How do I figure out which one of these three things is causing supercache to be disabled? And how do I fix the problem?
Thanks for your help!