Support » Plugin: WP Super Cache » Mod_rewrite caching causing problems

  • I recently upgraded my WordPress and plugins after moving to a different host. At least 1 post gets published every day on the blog but when I use mod_rewrite caching many visitors only see a post from May 9 as the last post. That also is the day we moved. When I use PHP caching, and remove the rules in .htaccess, it works fine. I had switched to PHP caching before because an Apache module, mod_headers wasn’t loaded (which is now). Then it only occured to Internet Explorer, but after the module was loaded and I tried mod_rewrite caching, it happened in all browsers. Though it only happens to the frontpage, and not every visitor has this issue.

    Ofcourse I would like to use the fastest method for caching, so any idea on how to fix this?

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  • Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    (@donncha)

    I’m not sure, but PHP caching is only a tiny bit slower than mod_rewrite, and even then it’s only if your server is extremely stressed. I’d use PHP caching.

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