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  • Hm, same at my place. Expired files are more that 24 hours old (with default expiry and garbage settings). Am I supposed to delete them manually?

    I had this problem. I turned on email notfications and got this:

    The WP Super Cache Garbage Collector has now run, deleting 0 files and directories.

    The following warnings were generated by the WP Super Cache Garbage Collector:
    Cache expiry cron job failed. Job will run again in 10 seconds.

    Then I saw that I had preload mode set to “on” but “custom_preload_interval” was set to 0 (as in zero seconds, or turned off). I turned preload mode off (unchecked the box) and files stated to get deleted again. Now the notification mails look like this:

    The WP Super Cache Garbage Collector has now run, deleting 174 files and directories.

    A better handling of this would be nice. Like the first mail telling me it did not delete anything because of the preload settings.

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