I’m setting up a new multiple server environment for one of our wordpress sites.
I ran across w3-total-cache-config.php, which appears to be the config file for w3tc. Now if these settings are store in a file (vs db) does that mean I’ll need to sync this file across all the servers (nfs, sync script, etc)?
This is in the w3tc FAQ:
“Is this plugin server cluster and load balancer friendly?
Yes, built from the ground up with scale and current hosting paradigms in mind.”
Seems like a file based config that I have to sync myself between servers isn’t exactly cluster/load-balancer friendly.
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