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  • Plugin Author Eric

    (@k2eric)


    The system temp directory is usually at /tmp or /var/tmp. On Windows servers (less common) it’s usually at C:\temp. But it really varies from host to host, so this isn’t an exhaustive list.

    You can verify if the cache is working or not by looking at TubePress’s debug output. And here are some general performance tips that we recommend.

    I’m not sure if the Caching is working or not. Like I stated in my previous post, my cache folder is empty, it’s writable. I do find this in debugging:

    [2013-02-07 21:24:51] [DEBUG] Cache Aware Feed Fetcher: First asking cache for URL
    [2013-02-07 21:24:51] [DEBUG] Cache Aware Feed Fetcher: Cache has URL. Sweet.
    [2013-02-07 21:24:51] [DEBUG] Cache Aware Feed Fetcher: Raw result for URL is in the HTML source for this page.
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    Does that mean it’s working? If so, why is it not being cached to the directory I specified in the settings?

    EDIT
    Doing some digging, I see it IS caching to /tmp/tubepress_cache, even though I set it to cache to another folder. As long as it’s caching I dont mind, it’s just it doesn’t seem to work with a custom directory.

    Plugin Author Eric

    (@k2eric)


    Sounds like this could be a bug. I’ll check.

    Glad the cache is working, though!

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