I just tested the plugin instead of Super Cache, but got into a lot of problems. There were many permission problems, but the main thing seems to be that Multisite (network) is not supported?
Are there special instructions for setting up the plugin for a network?
– do you need to activate it sidewide or per blog?
– does it go in MU plugins or regular plugins?
I tried is as a regular plugin and activate it per blog. Problem is that after one blog is set-up, changing the settings of another blog will create new rules, which need to replace the ones of the first etc.
So unless you have exactly the same rules for all blogs, you get errors and .htaccess ‘needs to be updated’ (which never can be done automagically for some reason, even when 777’d).
What would happen if any user on a large network starts editing the settings? Can it be admin only somehow?
Page loads went up (!) even though they were now Gzipped, so I de-activated again. But any pointers on the above would be welcome.
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