Support » Plugin: W3 Total Cache » [Plugin: W3 Total Cache] How to know if the Cache Preload is working ?

  • evo252

    (@evo252)


    Hello,

    I enabled the Cache Preload (default settings), coupled with Google XML Sitemaps. But if I load my site, it’s very slow, and become fast at the second load. So I’d like to know:
    – how to know if the Cache Preload is working ?
    – if it’s not working, how to make it work ?

    Thanks.

    PS: I’m on shared hosting, and my XML if working fine.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/w3-total-cache/

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  • jeroen-1978

    (@jeroen-1978)

    evo252

    (@evo252)

    Hello joeroen,

    Thank you for your help. So I just have to change the lines in PgCacheAdmin.php and it will run you think ?

    jeroen-1978

    (@jeroen-1978)

    For me this is the solution.

    Backup your PgCacheAdmin.php file, try it and share your experience on the topic.

    evo252

    (@evo252)

    OK I’ll try it tonight and get back to the topic for feedback. However, how do you know if it has been precached ?

    jeroen-1978

    (@jeroen-1978)

    The folder /wp-content/w3tc/pgcache/ should be filled with files when every else is configured correctly.

    evo252

    (@evo252)

    It’s unfortunately not working… The pgcache folder is filled only when someone is loading the site, but not automatically via the preload Cache 🙁

    jeroen-1978

    (@jeroen-1978)

    You should give Crone Jobs some time to process everything. My advice; make the adjustments and let is go for a day to see the result.

    evo252

    (@evo252)

    Really, crone jobs need some time to process ?

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes

    (@fredericktownes)

    Yes they do. You’ll know if preload is working if your wp-content/w3tc/pgcache/ starts to fill up with pages in the order your sitemap file lists them.

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