I have Sucuri installed on my site. It was blocking PHP updates on the symlink of the db.php file. So I disabled Sucuri, uninstalled and reinstalled Query Montior, but I still had the symlink issue.
So I then did
ln -sf /home/mydirectory/public_html/wp-content/plugins/query-monitor/wp-content/db.php
This solved the symlink issue.
But now I am receiving this W3 Total Cache error in the admin area:
The Database add-in file db.php is not a W3 Total Cache drop-in. Remove it or disable Database Caching.
If I disable and reenable caching in W3TC, the error comes back. I see a db.php file in the wp-content directory, apparently put there by Query Monitor?
Any ideas on how to remove this error notification with W3TC?
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