Everything appears to be working except for the fact that every page view regenerates the cache files. There aren’t any errors to report, both the gzip & html files are successfully created in the pgcache folder, minify & other features work, and using disk (basic) page caching actually does work (but I’d still like to use enhanced if at all possible).
Things I’ve tried w/o success:
– Disabled every plugin on the site.
– Disabled gzip.
– Disabled every w3tc feature other than page caching.
– Disabled XCache (using “php_value xcache.cacher 0” in my .htaccess)
– Enabling CDN (though I didn’t see this through to set this up “properly” [ie. using a subdomain]).
– Visited pages with cookies disabled
– Visited pages with different browsers
– and more.
I’ve run out of ideas at the moment, and I hope there’s a way to get it to work properly.
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