Support » Plugin: WP Fastest Cache » Cached pages not being served – Cloudflare issue?

  • Resolved UltraMarathonEER

    (@ultramarathoneer)


    I have Cloudflare CDN enabled on my site, and up until a few weeks ago, my cached content was being displayed properly through the CDN (meaning, the WP comments were at the bottom of each file). For the past couple of weeks, I’ve noticed that the cached pages are not being served through my browser (multiple browsers, logged in and not logged in). I finally have had some time to troubleshoot a little bit this afternoon, and have found that when I have Cloudflare enabled, it never seems to pull the WP Fastest Cache page. It pulls the non cached page. If I disable Cloudflare, I then see the WP Fastest Cache cached page. I purged the cache on Cloudflare, then enabled Cloudlfare again, and sure enough, it shows the non cached page again. If I disable it, then the cached page with your comments shows up. I know this was working a few weeks ago, so I am not sure which update caused the problem. I hope I’ve given you enough detail.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-fastest-cache/

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  • By the way, I followed the instructions you gave Webz, and disabled, deleted, redownloaded and reinstalled the latest version, and it still continues to do the same as described above.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    can you tell me your url please?

    freedomrunusa dot com

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    what does “Enable/Disable cloudflare” mean? Are you doing it with a another plugin?

    No…in cloudflare itself. If I temporarily pause the service on the Cloudflare CDN site, I then run the test, I see the cached page from WP Fastest Cache. If in Cloudflare, I then re-enable the service, it goes back to the uncached version. I even purged the cache in Cloudflare so it would have to pull the latest content (your cached pages). Another test I did was delete all cached files from my server through your plugin (verified by checking the cache directory via ftp), enabling cloudflare service again on their site, purging their cache, then pulling the page from another computer (that is not logged in as admin). The cached pages are being created, as I see them in the “all” directory. A Shift-Refresh should then start pulling the WP Fastest Cache plugin, but cloudflare doesn’t serve them up.

    Sorry if it is not very clear. I love this plugin, as it is the easiest one to work with, simple and very straightforward. The only other thing I could ask is if when you push a change, can you create a new changelog with only the features you changed that time, instead of continuing to add to the latest changelog? Just helps me see what changes are being made instead of trying to remember what was done before and now what you have added.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    UltraMarathonEER, I am tired of reading your comments 😀

    not sure how to respond to that. Just trying to give you input on an issue, with as much detail as possible. Maybe a new release in the future will fix it.

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    thank you so much

    Hi @ultramarathoneer, I think what @emre Vona was trying to say with his comment above

    UltraMarathonEER, I am tired of reading your comments 😀

    is that he is very happy to read such a long comment and he used the happy emoticon to let you know. Please remember that English is not his first language.

    He is doing exceptionally great supporting his superb plugin.

    My humble opinion.

    Kind regards

    Oh I agree, the support is some of the best when it comes to plugins. I just read it quickly and was hoping I wasn’t pushing him away 🙂

    I have always appreciated detail, especially when someone goes through the steps of saving me time looking for an answer. Too much detail is too much detail? 🙂

    Thank you for the reminder that it’s not his first language…I think he is doing an amazing job given that fact. Appreciate all your hard work @emra

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    Thank you both 🙂 … UltraMarathonEER, I have added this bug into my toDo list. I will contact you.

    @ultramarathoneer: are you using the official CloudFlare plugin to manage that account? Give it a try. Maybe it helps both of you.

    Thanks to both Emre and @marcelo. I will try the Cloudflare plugin out…I just know it worked before, and not sure when the issue came up. I’m happy to help troubleshoot as much as possible as I love this plugin.

    ok, I’m interested in helping because I’m looking forward to migrate from W3 and Super Cache to this cache implementation. Whatever makes my sites speedy will go 🙂

    Jen

    (@brightestspark)

    I also use Cloudflare and have the same issue. The only cached page being served is the home page (it was the only one that had the WP Fastest cache comment at bottom).

    I installed the Cloudflare plugin and still have the same issue.

    The cached pages are only being served when I put Cloudflare in development mode.

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