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How to decide if wp-cache is caching?

  • I’m new to using wp-cache (2.0.17), but giving it a shot just for grins. However… I can’t decide if it is actually doing something or not. Or if I have plugins that are killing it or defeating the purpose.

    For instance, here’s what it adds to my main index page:

    <!-- Dynamic Page Served (once) in -1.508 seconds -->
    <!-- Cached page served by WP-Cache -->

    -1.5 seconds, eh? Wow! Is that normal? Should I be concerned or not?

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  • Hey Handy,
    on blogs I’ve installed it on it seems to take a couple of days to make a difference.
    edit**
    BTW, you disabled the native caching?

    As I was moving, it was a fresh install of 2.0.3. As far as I can tell, that’s off by default now since the 2.0.2 exploit fun was announced.

    But yeah, good point. Need to go look up the directive to toss into wp-config to ensure it is off.

    that code is pretty annoying, since it occurs after the closing </html> tag, and causes validation errors.

    i can’t figure out where to remove it from the plugin (or at least move it to do_footer )

    “After the closing </html> tag”? It always appeared before the closing </body> tag for me.

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