Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » My site is down: How to refresh cache data? where is the data stored?

  • Resolved ridclubmba

    (@ridclubmba)


    Hello,

    My site is down: http://servicios.club-mba.com/. I have introduced some code in one of my php files that generated a parse error. As a result I recovered the backup file that contains the old code that works. However, the old error still occurs. In fact, even if I delete that php file, the error still happens.

    It seems a cache issue. As I use W3TC plugin, the problem may be related. I would like to know how I could delete/refresh the stored cache data. Where is this data stored?

    Thank you.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/w3-total-cache/

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  • Forget about it. The problem is fixed, it was nothing related to this plugin, sorry.
    Fyi the problem was caused my hosting and a migration they did some days ago. They forgot to update the IP of the subdomain, and was pointing to the old server….

    Hello ridclubmba, that is good news. If your problem is resolved could you close this ticket.

    Thank you kindly

    solved 🙂

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