Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » PHP Warning: PgCache_ContentGrabber.php

  • Resolved brutforce21

    (@brutforce21)


    Hello,

    php_error_log is full of this:

    [08-Jan-2021 10:39:15 UTC] PHP Warning: sprintf(): Too few arguments in /home/mywebsite/public_html/wp-content/plugins/w3-total-cache/PgCache_ContentGrabber.php on line 1572

    Paid customer.

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  • Plugin Contributor Marko Vasiljevic

    (@vmarko)

    Hello @brutforce21

    I am sorry about the issue you are experiencing and I am happy to assist you with this.
    The PHP warning is suggesting the invalid regex in the Performance>Page Cache>Advanced section of the plugin.
    Have you added andy regex to exclude any pages from being cached or disabling caching on the pages that contain cookies?
    Also, if you are a paid customer, you can drop us a note via the plugin in Perofmrnace>Support.
    Thanks!

    Thread Starter brutforce21

    (@brutforce21)

    Also opened a ticket via Perofmrnace>Support.

    Have you added any regex to exclude any pages from being cached or disabling caching on the pages that contain cookies?

    I have added previously but already removed.

    Currently:

    Rejected cookies:
    wptouch_switch_toggle

    Never cache the following pages:
    wp-.*\.php
    index\.php

    Everything else is default or empty.

    Plugin Contributor Marko Vasiljevic

    (@vmarko)

    Hello @brutforce21

    Thank you for the information.
    We’ve received your email and replied to it. Please continue the correspondence via the support channel so we can avoid duplicating the answers.
    Thanks!

    Thread Starter brutforce21

    (@brutforce21)

    Ok, thanks.

    Thread Starter brutforce21

    (@brutforce21)

    For those who will find this thread by search:

    This is going to be fixed in the next release.
    This does not impact the performance of the plugin.

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