Using this on Large Sites will fill up your entire drive with temporary Min JS and CSS files causing over 1<->20 GB of files created. This is ontop of any other caches you may have.
This also hints at another problem. Due to these CSS files beign served with a unique name, each page load of the users will need a NEW CSS to be downloaded. This will slow down the users that fill more pages.
There was already a ticket open for this, and the only reply was “Strange”.
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