I currently have WP setup on a development and production server. All updates & modifications are done on the dev server, then I use rsync to sync up to prod. In order to successfully use W3 Total Cache I need to exclude certain files & directories from the rsync process. Are the following the only files and directories?
Additionally is there any reason that the advanced-cache.php, db.php, object-cache.php & w3-total-cache-config.php could not be placed under the w3tc directory and then use a rewrite rule if neccessary? It seems to add extra “clutter” to the wp-content directory with all of these W3TC files…
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