Support » Plugins and Hacks » [Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Cache folders are missing…?

  • Hi,

    I have w3tc total cache plugin installed. But whenever I do a file backup of my blog files, I always get this kind of error messages:

    wp-content/w3tc/objectcache/2/0: No such file or directory
    wp-content/w3tc/objectcache/2/d: No such file or directory
    wp-content/w3tc/objectcache/3/7: No such file or directory

    I’ve checked my folders and they are missing. Are they suppose to be or what?

    can anyone help me with this?

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  • some please help explain this to me

    This is perfectly normal. The cache files are stored in “/wp-content/w3tc/” and they get updated all the time (or at least, every time someone access a portion of your site). When you initiate an FTP backup, your FTP program makes a list of the files to backup, but by the time it finishes downloading, old cache files may already have been deleted, and new cache files may already have been created.

    You can safely disregard such error messages, and if your backup procedure allows excluding certain folders, then exclude “/wp-content/w3tc/”. (It is more or less equivalent to the “Temporary Internet Files” folder for Internet Explorer.)

    It won’t hurt to deactivate the plugin and perform the install process again.

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