Support » Plugin: WP Fastest Cache » Cache not expiring when publishing

  • Resolved Colin Devroe

    (@cdevroe)


    I’ve used WP Fastest Cache for a long time now and just over the last week or so I’ve been having an issue where the cache is not being expired when publishing a new post. What details can I provide that will help to figure out what the issue may be?

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  • Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    do you see the changes after publishing a new post when you check the site via https://www.browserling.com/ ?

    Hello Emre,
    No. And also, feed services such as Inoreader or Micro.blog do not pick up the new posts in the feed until I manually delete the cache.

    I hope this helps.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    are you talking about the /feed? Don’t you see the changes on the /feed page? or on the homepage?

    Emre,

    When I publish, WP Fastest Cache serves the cache rather than expiring and creating a new cache for all URLs as far as I can tell. This includes the home page and also the feed.

    The only reason I’m placing blame on WP Fastest Cache is because if I manually delete the cache all pages are updated and feed works as well.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    Please contact me via email: https://www.wpfastestcache.com/contact-us/

    I have the identical problem with my (validated) site feed not updating until I manually clear the WPFC cache.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    @saintandrews , I fixed the problem with cdn. You need to delete wp fastest cache and download the following version to get the latest changes.

    https://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/wp-fastest-cache.zip

    saintandrews

    (@saintandrews)

    This problem apparently persists with the separate comments feed: although the post feed now updates automatically, the comments feed now require the WPFC cache to be manually cleared for a feed reader to find a new comment in the WordPress comments feed.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    can you tell me a sample url which has the problem please?

    saintandrews

    (@saintandrews)

    Not really.

    WordPress has both a posts feed and a separate comments feed. You recently fixed the problem of the posts feed not updating for remote feed readers unless one manually cleared the WPFC cache. Now the exact same phenomena are occurring with the separate comments feed (which I was unable to check until now): until the WPFC cache is manually cleared, remote feed readers cannot see new comments to posts in the separate comments feed, even though manual cache clearing is now no longer necessary for them to pick up the new posts in the posts feed.

    If you corrected the code for the separate comments feed at the same time you recently did with the posts feed, then obviously something else is afoot, although the solution still remains as simple as just clearing thw WPFC cache.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    I got the problem. can you tell me a sample url which has the problem please?

    saintandrews

    (@saintandrews)

    Sure.

    The problem first exhibited itself to me here:

    https://www.aleksandreia.com/2019/10/10/freespeechextremist-com/

    As it happened, new comments made after the WPFC cache had been cleared finally did show up in the comment feed reader some eight or so hours later, but even newer comments still cannot be feed reader-fetched on demand as posts after your recent software update now can.

    As I mentioned already, clearing the WPFC cache renders comments immediately available to the feed reader.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    can you tell me the feed url please?

    saintandrews

    (@saintandrews)

    Sorry, I had no idea what you were seeking.

    https://www.aleksandreia.com/comments/feed/

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    I fixed the problem. You should delete wp fastest cache and download the following version to get the latest changes.

    https://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/wp-fastest-cache.zip

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