[Plugin: W3 Total Cache] What does w3tc write to webservers if we *only* use CDN/memcache features?
Hi folks, thanks in advance for anyone who can assist.
We use multiple webservers and a “deploy” process that pushes our code to read-only webservers. When I tried enabling w3-total-cache, I get a “can not write to local disk” error, and it wants me to set wp-content to be 777.
We only use the memcache/CDN features, and aren’t planning on using any local page caching features. Therefore, what will w3-super-cache need to put in that directory? Since we have multiple webservers, obviously even if I set it to 777, the file(s) it writes will only go on one webserver. Is it still possible to use this plug-in?
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