Support » Plugin: LiteSpeed Cache » CSS in cache ballooning

  • Resolved dano55

    (@dano55)


    Lite Speed seems to work as it should after tweaking.

    Though noted the cache folders is growing in size with CSS files. In one day it has about 1GB in size with 400+ CSS files looking to be all the same in size.
    There are even 47 files that have 0 bytes.

    Seems like there is a problems. JS cache is just 21 mb.

    Report number: ECBZDDEI

    Report date: 07/10/2018 17:54:57

    Dan

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  • Plugin Support Hai Zheng⚡

    (@hailite)

    Can you give a path of those css and a screenshot of css files list under that folder?

    Thread Starter dano55

    (@dano55)

    TO do as you ask is that not a security issue? in this public forum

    Plugin Support Hai Zheng⚡

    (@hailite)

    You don’t need to give the whole path. Just the path under your wp-content.

    For files list screenshot should be fine.

    However if you concern about this, please create a ticket and post there.

    Thread Starter dano55

    (@dano55)

    ontariobiketrails.com/wp-content/cache
    ontariobiketrails.com/wp-content/css_cap.JPG

    Plugin Support Hai Zheng⚡

    (@hailite)

    I just checked two detail pages of your site. I found the combined CSS are different. There could be some custom css for each page? In that case, the size of css folder could be large as you see. You can try to turn off CSS combine and see which css is different, and then if you still want CSS combine, exclude that css.

    Thread Starter dano55

    (@dano55)

    Ok so the CSS has a few different characters in each file.

    I will try what you suggest.

    Is there way to auto purge this as it just grow and grows.

    Plugin Support Hai Zheng⚡

    (@hailite)

    I don’t think so. Auto purge will trigger page cache purged too.

    Maybe you can refactor your CSS to make those few different chars to be inline css to make the css files constant.

    Thread Starter dano55

    (@dano55)

    hmmm good idea…when I can find some time… ;^}

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