Support » Plugin: Asset CleanUp: Page Speed Booster » Huge css cache filling storage

  • Resolved skylinks

    (@skylinks)


    Hello,
    I have recently checked my hosting and found my storage is almost full . After some research i figured out it is Asset Cleanup which is causing the issue, Now my css cache in Asset Cleanup folder is almost 16GB .. I have tried to Clear CSS/JS Files Cache Many times but it did’t help even though i have disables css & js optimization but issue still persist.
    Can you please help me to solve this issue?

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  • Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @skylinks The size of the cache directory is impressive, indeed! Clearing it from the Dashboard might not work as you could run out of memory (it happened before with users having the same problem). I’m surprised it’s so large though, I want to know more about your website. Perhaps you can write me privately via https://gabelivan.com/contact/ and send me your System Info (from “Tools”, plugin’s menu), so I could check it out?

    To fix this, please delete the contents of /wp-content/cache/asset-cleanup/ via SFTP/cPanel (or whatever hosting panel you’re using).

    Thread Starter skylinks

    (@skylinks)

    @gabelivan Thank you for response, yes it was huge.. I have deleted the contents & seems I,m able to free about 18GB .

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by skylinks.
    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @skylinks the files would be re-created automatically, just as they were so far. Do you recall when you installed the plugin for the first time? I have a suspicion that it was done a long time ago when the plugin’s feature to write cached files was new and it used to create more files than needed. Did you use to have lots of 404 pages?

    Thread Starter skylinks

    (@skylinks)

    @gabelivan Sorry For Late Response, Honestly I Don’t Have Many 404 Pages But Since My Issue Is Fixed I,m Marking It As A Resolved .. I,ll Keep Looking Into It To Find The Reason.

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