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[Plugin: WP Super Cache] Cache Preload Not Working (with PHP error)

  • The cache preload feature simply isn’t working for me at all – it gets stuck forever at caching 100-200 posts, although it doesn’t actually cache anything at all. I’m also getting the following error in my logs:

    PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function: esc_html() in [URL removed]/english/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/wp-cache.php on line 1098

    My posts are cached in the normal fashion, however.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/

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  • Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    Are you using WordPress 3.0? There’s no reason that shouldn’t work in an up to date version of WordPress.

    Hi Donncha,

    As indicted in my topic info, I am using 2.6.5.

    Oh, and while I’m here: why has your plug-in always been so obsessive about deleting existing cache files? I mean, if the page is updated, they will be. Otherwise, I see no reason to update them if the page isn’t.

    The new preload mode is a welcome change of policy, but quite frankly, I don’t know why we don’t have the option to not expire and delete the cache files at all. I just don’t see any reason for it, and there’s many good reasons not to do this.

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    Please upgrade to 3.0 or at least 2.8. Unfortunately the minimum version on the plugin hasn’t been updated in a long time and it just won’t work with such an old version of WP.

    Cache files are recycled because new content like that in widgets will likely be updated.

    I have this problem too and i’m using wordpress 3.0 .
    Every time I looked at the wp super cache configuration page it was caching from 100 to 200.

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    fabian – just restart the preload. Sometimes it gets stuck.

    Sometimes? Around every 20 posts it gets stuck. But it’s caching the posts so i’m happy ^^

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    When it gets stuck it’s *after* doing a 100 post job, it shouldn’t get stuck after 20 posts unless your blog is very slow.

    Sometimes the scheduled job gets lost by WordPress. I’ve noticed it happens more if you have other plugins that schedule tasks *and* you use an object cache, at least with the Xcache object cache.

    Since removing the Xcache object cache from my blogs preloading hasn’t got stuck.

    Well donncha, I followed your advice and upgraded to WordPress 3.0, which was a huge drama considering all the ancient plug-ins my blog depends on (and an out of date theme as well). Fortunately most of them work fine (and those that didn’t had more modern equivalents), so in spite of all the work I’m happy with the results.

    Anyway, regarding Super Cache, the good news is that the PHP errors went away as you said they would. But like Fabian, my cache preload still gets stuck between 100-200 posts. In 2.6, it didn’t actually cache anything at all, whereas it does cache some posts now (but far less than 100). Worst of all though, I couldn’t cancel it – the “cancel cache preload” button never goes away, no matter how many times I tried to stop it.

    I ended up having to deactivate Super Cache and clearing its options from the database – it seems to me that the cache preload functionality is seriously broken right now.

    @donncha: My blog has a load time of more then 6 seconds without caching. Is that considered slow? ^^

    @ljmac: Press the “preload cache now” button and it cache’s some more posts. But it still get’s stuck after about 20 more posts and you have to press it again.

    Oh, I forgot to ask: what the hell is the Xcache object cache and how do I disable it? Or does the fact that I’m asking this question mean I don’t actually have it?

    Also, like Fabian I don’t think my blog could be considered slow – it’s on a dedicated dual processor server whose loads barely go above zero most of the time with Super Cache enabled.

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    Fabian – that’s slow, but is that for the html or is it html+images+adverts+css? Adverts might slow down your site but the html should be loaded as quick as possible.

    ljmac – preload works fine on my server on all my blogs but there might be some problem on your server. Checked the PHP error logs? any memory errors? Don’t worry about xcache, if you’ve never heard of it you probably don’t have it installed.

    It’s the mysql server. It’s extremely slow. So if the site is cached it loads in 1 second. The problem is it’s shared hosting, so I can’t do anything but wait and hope my hosting provider does something about it.

    Hi Donncha,

    I forgot to check for PHP errors unfortunately, and I’ve since cleared my logs. Anyway, I’ve taken all the bots out of my Super Cache settings, so now they effectively do the cache preloading for me. 🙂

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    haha, I should change that in the sample config file! 🙂

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