Well according to the beta 2 months ago, and the current WP-plugin depository no it’s not
Would love to hear from Frederick on this?
Well, I upgraded last night, both my desktop and mobile seem to be working.
However, saying that W3 Total Cache hasn’t been working for me at all since I started using it…
I’ve upgrated to WordPress 3.1 and the last version of W3 Total Cache (0.9.1.3) isn’t compatible, it doesn’t work for me 🙁 …
I have 3 website update to wp 3.1 and all is working perfectly. I had only to update the minify option for js because wp3.1 has updated its jquery version.
Thanks for the info. It works fine for me on my WAMP install on my laptop too. Am waiting for the bug fix version of 3.1 before upgrading
Fairly concerning that this is still an unresolved issue despite WordPress 3.1 having been out for several weeks. Ideally the plugin would be made as compatible as possible in advance of an official WordPress release, considering how the site is supposedly used on large sites such as Smashing Magazine, and that the plugin is relatively critical to the smooth running of a site.
If the plugin author is having trouble maintaining it I’d recommend going on some kind of drive to get donations (I’m sure the larger sites using it would be happy to contribute), or perhaps finding someone else to help with its maintenance.
Still waiting for confirmation from Frederick that it’s OK to upgrade to WordPress 3.1.1 or not. I’m still running 3.0.5.
Bump! Anyone successfully using W3TC with 3.1.1 AND multisite?
I have the development plug in running on 3.1 multisite without any issues.
kfawcett: Is there a development version that is separate from the one on wordpress.org? If so, where can it be downloaded?
I installed W3TC on WP 3.1. and 3.1.1 and my database crashed on both (all posts and pages were missing)…
“WordPress database error: [Table ‘./pxxxxxx_wrdp15/wp_posts’ is marked as crashed and last (automatic?) repair failed]
SELECT post_status, COUNT( * ) AS num_posts FROM wp_posts WHERE post_type = ‘post’ GROUP BY post_status”
I went to my phpMyAdmin at Hostgator and found two tables, wp_pba_index_7 and wp_posts, inside database wrpd_15 were listed as ‘in use’. I had to deactivate the W3TC plugin and repair both tables to get all of my posts and pages back to my WP blog.
This occurred a few times after trying to resolve the first and second crash. I’ve given up… didn’t find any help in the forum or solution as of yet that could be causing the issue. The plugin was working fine and made my blog faster but I can’t say for sure if this had anything do with the plugin being incompatible to WP 3.1 and 3.1.1 or something I overlooked.
for me is working with 3.1 but some times the cache don’t want to be deleted.
and i must delete it manually, it happens every day .
any solution about this ?
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