Support » Fixing WordPress » [Plugin: WP Super Cache] Deleting Older Cache Files

  • Over a period of a week or so, my installation builds up a couple of thousand expired cache files. Is there any way you can configure WP Super Cache to automatically delete them.

    Peace,
    Gene

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  • I’ve changed the code so there’s an increased chance that expired files will be deleted. Hopefully I’ll make a release some time this week.

    Thanks. I’ll be watching for it. 🙂

    Peace,
    Gene

    Bump to this, I have mounted the cache directory on a tmpfs, so the cached pages sits on RAM thus delivering at blazing speed. BUT, as supercache doesn’t clean expired files, I keep getting that tmpfs volume space exhausted. I have 140M allocated to it and I believe that’s a lot, isn’t it.

    It’s still not really deleting the files. It also seems to store tags, and a directory can have thousands and thousands of files. As of today, it is not resolved.

    Peace,
    Gene

    I’ll increase the chances of a cleanup then. If you want to do that yourself, open wp-cache-phase2.php and search for “500”, change that to whatever you like. I’m going to change it to 100.

    OK I made the change and I’ll let you know what transpires.

    Peace,
    Gene

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