Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » Front page behavior ?

  • Hi,

    I use “Ultimate Coming Soon” plug-in to block the site so visitors see only a splash screen as my site is in development.
    Logged users may visit the site without any problem and all was good with W3TC 9.2.5
    Since the upgrade, when logged and trying to visit the site, I only see the splash screen and I have to refresh the page to see the real one.

    In “Page Cache” –> “Don’t cache pages for following user roles” is enabled for all roles.
    Page Cache use APC.
    “Cache Preload” is enabled too, but it doesn’t make a difference.

    Any tip ?
    Thanx for your answer !

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  • Plugin Author Frederick Townes


    If you disable cache frontend page on page settting page does the issue remain?

    Nope, the issue disapeared with “Don’t cache Front Page” enabled.

    But this behavior should be the same with “Don’t cache pages for following user roles” enabled as I’m logged in (Select user roles that should not receive cached pages).
    So it seems there is a problem with this last option.

    I upgraded to 9.2.8 and the problem is still here. I use Varnish but this proxy doesn’t send cached pages for logged in users (checked in the response header).
    Tried Cloudflare in developement mode to be sure it doesn’t send cahed pages too.
    APC is used for “page cache” and “object cache” but is configured with “apc.stat” to 1 so cached pages are not served if they have been modified.

    Really, the issue is appeared with the upgrade to 9.2.6.

    Anyway, thanx for your answer !

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes


    This will addressed in the next release.

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