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  • more Fastest…..!

    well, then i will try it out, and will see the difference. Hope you are right.

    It gave me a white page on all of my blogpages, even wp-admin.

    For this version you need to imput all the field

    Why not working together to get one better plugin?

    Plugin Author mlazarov


    Hi friends!
    I’m working on hyper cache extended and will try to explain the differences. The story is short: one day I found hyper cache plugin to be limited and not working best for my needs, so i made some changes, next day i do made more and more. After one month i decided to share the result and it’s name is Hyper Cache EXTENDED.

    What are the differences?
    1.There is server load limit (if server goes high load the plugin will not recreate cached files, instead of this will server old cache).
    2. Feed caching works. Yes, in the original hyper cache plugin this future isn’t working.
    3. Extended cache status (current server load, cache dir, free and used disk space*)
    4. Extended cache control – stop/start auto cleaning process*
    5. Other small changes and bugfixes (like: config file contains config array, not config variables for each config item).

    * This will be available in next version (which i’m testing right now)

    Why not working together?
    Because it’s easer for me – working with other peoples requires synchronization between them. It does slow down the development process.

    there are no meaningful differentness but the so called extended is too bug’gy and not stable enough.
    this is why I am using the original “Hyper Cache” (and not the “”extended”” one).

    and you should do that too.

    Plugin Author mlazarov


    You are free to use what You think is best for You!

    Are You tested last version? If yes, what are the buggy things?

    I’ve been using it on my blog for about a month now without any problems. Also, I don’t see (yet) any gains on performance. But I’m looking forward to the stats!

    Plugin Author mlazarov


    There is no performance gains as you can see! Extended doesn’t mean more performance at this time for the hyper cache extended.


    I’ve got these warnings.

    Warning: disk_total_space() [function.disk-total-space]: Value too large for defined data type in /homez.346/chantdel/www/wp-content/plugins/hyper-cache-extended/options.php on line 116
    Warning: disk_free_space() [function.disk-free-space]: Value too large for defined data type in /homez.346/chantdel/www/wp-content/plugins/hyper-cache-extended/options.php on line 117
    Warning: Division by zero in /homez.346/chantdel/www/wp-content/plugins/hyper-cache-extended/options.php on line 119

    Have you got a solution ?

    I’ve been using it and I think it works fine so far

    Plugin Author mlazarov


    Bloody, what is your php version?


    I’ve got the 5.3.5 php version running.

    Plugin Author mlazarov


    Bloody, your PHP version isn’t compiled with large file support

    Bug #27792

    Thanks a lot for answer Mlazarov.

    I’m using another plugin since 2 months.

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