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never have <!– super_cache –>

  • Hi,

    Super-cache is enabled and caching pages as i can see in options panel but it never served cached page in source :

    <!– Dynamic Page Served (once) in 0.379 seconds –>
    <!– Cached page served by WP-Cache –>

    not <!– super_cache –>

    cache directory writable : ok
    “define( ‘WP_CACHE’, true);” : ok
    htaccess : ok (i think..)

    tried logged/not logged same

    any idea ?

    Thanks !

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  • If you’re logged in, you’ll never get a super cache page. Logged in users always get WP-Cache pages.

    Log out or use another browser (that you have not logged in with) and then try your site.

    yes tried in safari and firefox not logged, same <!– Cached page served by WP-Cache –> :'(

    cache directory and wp-content are writable

    I have the same problem, 500 pages super_cached and i nerver see <!– super_cache –> with any browser loged or not.
    All my directory cache are writable to.

    Do you have WordPress installed in a subdirectory of your site? The released version uses incorrect rules in .htaccess for subdirectories. I had to tweak my rules to make it work properly.

    Supposedly, the latest development version of wp-super-cache fixes this problem, but I have not tested it yet.

    No Otto42 my wordpress is NOT installed in subdirectory.

    nobody know ?

    did you look in wp-content/cache/supercache/ ?

    Yes that ok now, thanks 🙂

    Hmm.. same problem here.

    I’ve got it setup on WP 2.5.1
    I visit http://www.yes2games.nl when I’m logged in. I get WP-Cache as I should.
    Then I go to the website from another PC, still only get wp-cache. It does actually create the files in the super-cache sub directory but the output in the browser always says, wp-cache.

    Any thoughts?

    same here,

    I use 2.5.1, I am not logged but I use a subdirectory.

    In my case it creates the folders in cache

    but not the index.hml inside

    ok got it,

    not only you need not to be logged, but you need to clear your cookies if you have been logged

    Ah, thanks, clearing cookies worked for me, too. Now I see the “super cache” notation. That’s a relief.

    here’s an interesting problem, I see
    <!– Dynamic Page Served (once) in 0.136 seconds –>
    and objects get created in the supercache directory, but all of the .html files are zero bytes, and NEVER see a

    <!– Cached page served by WP-Cache –>
    <!– super_cache –>

    The plugin manager tells me I have 5 supercached pages, so it seems the system is functioning but not actually caching the pages.

    I have tried clearing the browser cache and cookies.

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