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[Resolved] Cache files generated, but not served to visitors

  • At first the plugin worked, as I could the notes in webpage, and I had low CPU usage, but then I changed “Automatic Expiration Time (Max Age)” to “30 minutes”, then to “2 hours” and I have high CPU usage, but pages are still generated in /wp-content/cache, and I can’t see the notes at bottom, when I access the website without being logged. I’m using Firefox as admin, and Chrome as a visitor (not logged). All other params are default.

    By the way, the website is using CloudFlare + nginx + php5-fpm, so I don’t know if this could impact your plugin because visitors may seem to come from the same IP.

    My website is http://www.cnx-software.com.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/quick-cache/

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  • Still no notes, but based on CPU usage and TTBF, pages are now definitely cached. It did not work for about 2 to 3 days, with overloaded server, and 8s TTFB. Not sure why.

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