My site runs on the latest version of WordPress on a dedicated CentOS server running Apache and PHP through FastCGI. The previous version of W3TC was brilliant and did a fantastic job of minifying and caching through Opcode APC caching. Since upgrading, NOTHING works. I get a constant “Minify Auto encountered an error. The filename length value is most likely too high for your host. It is currently 150. The plugin is trying to solve the issue for you: (solving …)” error every time I enable minifying and, even when I switch to manual mode and configure it all that way, NOTHING is minified. I have tried APC and disk caching methods and have played around with the filename length values to no avail. I am now forced to use an alternative, inferior minify and caching plugin because W3TC simply will not work anymore.
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