Using the Dev version (as of last night 😉 ).
WordPress 3.0, MultiSite, with BuddyPress 1.2.6 (I think? Whatever came out a couple days ago).
Compatibility Test Info:
Server Modules & Resources:
PHP Version: 5.2.13
PHP Timezone: OK
Web Server: Apache
FTP functions: OK
cURL extension: OK
zlib extension: OK
Opcode cache: APC
Memcache extension: OK
Mime type detection: Not installed
Hash function: hash
Safe mode: Off
Open basedir: On:
zlib output compression: Off
mod_deflate / mod_gzip: OK
/wp-content: Not write-able (note: it’s set to 755)
Uploads directory: Write-able
WP_CACHE define: OK
Fancy permalinks: OK
Network mode: On
VHOST mode: Off
I get this from debug mode, however, which tells me that it’s NOT being cached:
<!-- W3 Total Cache: Page cache debug info: Engine: apc Key: XXXXX Caching: enabled Status: not cached Creation Time: 0.156s Header info: Set-Cookie: bp-message-type=deleted; expires=Wed, 08-Jul-2009 15:14:57 GMT; path=/ Last-Modified: Thu, 08 Jul 2010 15:14:58 GMT Vary: Accept-Encoding, Cookie Expires: Thu, 08 Jul 2010 16:14:58 GMT Pragma: public Cache-Control: public, must-revalidate, proxy-revalidate Etag: XXXXX X-Powered-By: W3 Total Cache/0.9 Content-Encoding: gzip X-Pingback: http://jorjafox.net/xmlrpc.php Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 -->
I made sure to test on a cache-flushed browser (chrome and firefox) where I’m not logged in. I’m on a VPS so I can install whatnot and make changes as needed.
Hrm. Reading up on this…
[…] Debug mode pages are actually not cached […]
So … if I have debug on, it won’t cache anything? That makes sense, truthfully, but hard to determine it caching really is working.
Debug mode is not intended to be left on permanently, there are limitations.
Right, which is why I said ‘it makes sense’ 🙂 But how do I know that it’s caching then?
The point is sometimes when debug mode pages are on there can be more cache misses because debug data has to be generated. You can always look on the file system or in the opcode cache control panel to see if objects are being created.
You can always look on the file system or in the opcode cache control panel to see if objects are being created.
Aha. Opcode Cache CP is my answer 🙂
Statistics etc will be added in v1.0.
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