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    Hi,

    I have a multi-site setup and am planning on using Amazon S3 as a CDN. I set up my bucket and put in my CDN credentials. When I go to a blog and hit the Upload Attachments button, it uploads all the files to the correct bucket, but just in the /files directory. Each site uploads into this same directory, and they don’t recreate the blogs.dir/<blog_id>/files structure. How can I maintain separation of blog files in the CDN?

    Thanks!
    Brett

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/w3-total-cache/

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  • I solved the problem by enabling site-specific W3 Total Cache settings (in the network control panel for W3TC) and giving each site their own bucket. Not ideal for my situation, but it works.

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