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  • Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    yes.

    .htaccess is not writeable…

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    can you send me an email please: fastestcache@gmail.com

    Why ? I just don’t understand why you say it’s compatible for Nginx as it’s writing some Apache rules in a .htaccees

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    I have already removed this warning. I need to investigate it on your system.

    I have the same problem with .htaccess is not writeable…

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    Hi, @rdobko can you send me an email please: fastestcache@gmail.com

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    The problem has been fixed.

    I have the same problem. As I understand, it is necessary that the rules were written in nginx.conf?

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    Hi @ collex, I have already fixed the problem. You need to delete and dowload the plugin again. There is no rule for nginx.conf. It works with php for now. We will implement the system which works with nginx.conf.

    Any news about nginx.conf ?

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    no, sorry.

    Still no news?

    One of these days Apache gets discontinued 🙂

    Ok, now, honestly, I have taken a look at the .htaccess rules. The most important rule of all is figuring out how to serve the static pages directly via nginx (i.e. without going through PHP at all) — this is how real speed is achieved. The rest are mostly security issues, handling expires, handling gzip, as far as I can see — important (VERY important!), but not ‘essential’, since most nginx users who have been using the many ready-made configs for WordPress will already have all of that, plus or minus a few intriguing ones.

    I’m a bit rusty with Apache rewrite rules (it’s been quite a time since I took a look at them!) but it’s pretty clear to me that the IMPORTANT bit is looking at how the static cache is accessed. This seems to be done using /var/www/clients/client3/web4/web/wp-content/cache/all/$1/index.html -f. Pretty easy — I love your incredibly simple cache organisation (don’t get me started at the kind of nightmares I’ve seen on other caching plugins).

    So with a bit of luck all you need to do is:

            location / {
                                    try_files /your/doc/root/wp-content/cache/all/$uri/index.html $uri $uri/ /index.php$is_args$args;
            }
    

    Right?

    Plugin Author Emre Vona

    (@emrevona)

    hi @gwynethllewelyn, sorry but I could not find time for doing it 🙂

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