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Page Cache – Status = not cached?

  • Have the latest version installed, logged out of wordpress with debug more turned on. Still status = not cached??

    Engine: disk (enhanced)
    Cache key: issue/the-tailored-issue/_index.html.gzip
    Caching: enabled
    Status: not cached
    Creation Time: 1.117s
    Header info:
    X-Pingback: http://dev.fashion156.com/xmlrpc.php
    Expires: Wed, 11 Jan 1984 05:00:00 GMT
    Cache-Control: no-cache, must-revalidate, max-age=0
    Pragma: no-cache
    Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8
    Last-Modified: Mon, 15 Aug 2011 18:34:11 GMT
    Vary: Accept-Encoding, Cookie
    X-Powered-By: W3 Total Cache/0.9.2.3
    Content-Encoding: gzip

    The same output (not cached) on all pages / posts

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  • bt-chadski

    @bt-chadski

    Have you tried to re-enable the plugin? Re-save settings? Reset all caches?

    robnalexpress

    @robnalexpress

    Yes, yes and yes.

    bt-chadski

    @bt-chadski

    @robnalexpress,

    this is the extent of my technical and troubleshooting skills. =(

    CyberOto

    @cyberoto

    Morning all,

    Have you checked my finding about @ob_start("ob_gzhandler"); problem I had?

    If you do not have exact same code, you can check for similar code for compression – just do a full search in your plugins or theme files.

    Hope that you will find find your buggers, as I found mine.

    Regards,

    jorgitobg

    @jorgitobg

    Hi,

    Im having many problems… pages not caching, minify not working, etc… etc…. my first byte received takes more than 7 seconds!!!

    While all this problems are fixed im using wp-super cache and now my site answers pretty fast again!.

    It is normal that a mayor update has all this bugs???

    Regards,
    [sig moderated as per the Forum Rules]

    Galerio

    @galerio

    Have you checked my finding about @ob_start(“ob_gzhandler”); problem I had?

    If you do not have exact same code, you can check for similar code for compression – just do a full search in your plugins or theme files.

    I have tryed to disable all plugins but W3TC and my theme doesn’t have any gz compression or other method.

    This problem is on all my 5 blogs that use different theme and different plugin and 3 of them are on 3 different servers.

    I can confirm that also developer version 0.9.2.5b doesn’t fix the problem.

    robnalexpress

    @robnalexpress

    This thread is starting to become diluted. OP has nothing to do with gzip, minify or other plugins. Let’s stay on track with the issue of page status: not cached in debug mode.

    One plugin have this line ‘@ob_start(“ob_gzhandler”);’ and after commenting it the W3TC start to cache all pages.

    When you say “W3TC start to cache all pages” how do you know this? Do you mean it’s creating the files in the page cache directory? For me, the page cache files are being created, but in debug mode, using various settings and cache cleared browsers, I’m still seeing “status: not cached”.

    So the question is: Is W3TC serving cached pages or not?

    CyberOto

    @cyberoto

    When you say “W3TC start to cache all pages” how do you know this? Do you mean it’s creating the files in the page cache directory? For me, the page cache files are being created, but in debug mode, using various settings and cache cleared browsers, I’m still seeing “status: not cached”.

    So the question is: Is W3TC serving cached pages or not?

    Hi,

    After commenting that line, W3TC started to create files and in debug mode all is fine too.

    Bottom line – W3TC started to serve cached pages.

    Regards,

    robnalexpress

    @robnalexpress

    @CyberOto- Lucky you! I searched my folders for variations on @ob_start("ob_gzhandler"); and found nothing.

    Galerio

    @galerio

    @robnalexpress the problem is that cached pages that you can see in cache folder are only “non compressed pages”. This is the problem, the plugin sould create beside the uncompressed pages, also a compressed gz one! But this gzipped file isn’t there.

    Look here for a complete explanation:
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/bug-disk-enhanced-cache-doesnt-work-in-0924

    Check it out and the report to Frederick Townes

    robnalexpress

    @robnalexpress

    @galerio- I have the following files for every page & post:

    _.index.html and _.index.html_gzip

    robnalexpress

    @robnalexpress

    Since the files are being created, in my case, I’d love to know if the “status: not cached” is a false indicator. Is there another tool, other than the W3TC debug, that I can use to determine this?

    CyberOto

    @cyberoto

    I spoke too soon =[

    Just upgraded *all* my sites to 0.9.2.4 and got this:

    <!-- W3 Total Cache: Page cache debug info:
    Engine:             disk: enhanced
    Cache key:          _index.html_gzip
    Caching:            enabled
    Status:             not cached
    Creation Time:      1.088s
    Header info:
    X-Pingback:         http://somedomain.com/xmlrpc.php
    Content-Type:       text/html; charset=UTF-8
    Last-Modified:      Wed, 14 Sep 2011 12:11:44 GMT
    Vary:               Accept-Encoding, Cookie
    Expires:            Wed, 14 Sep 2011 20:11:44 GMT
    Pragma:             public
    Cache-Control:      max-age=28800, public, must-revalidate, proxy-revalidate
    Etag:               196379ba76593e7c9bb9fb0d9cd96174
    X-Powered-By:       W3 Total Cache/0.9.2.4
    Content-Encoding:   gzip
    -->

    Have no fear, told to myself, 0.9.2.3 is working fine. Next step was to downgrade and enable the 0.9.2.3.

    Tadaaa … NOT

    Now 0.9.2.3 is not working too. ARGHH!

    Back to square one.

    Regards,

    CyberOto

    @cyberoto

    Ad another observation with 0.9.2.4

    Each time visitor load a page, the cached file for this page is regenerated. So, it is creating the files, but not using them, as they are re-created on each visit. A side effect of that is server load…

    Regards,

    robnalexpress

    @robnalexpress

    Welcome to the club! I’ve submitted a but report and hope you and everyone experiencing this will too. Hopefully Frederick can get it fixed soon in the development version. It’s troubling that he says it’s fixed when clearly it’s not.

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