Thanks very much for your replies. I have just a few simple questions that I want to wrap up right here so I can stop bugging you. I'm a self-service sort of guy, but I haven't been able to find the answers out there.
- Does WPSC go through my site procedurally when creating cache files, starting with the "first" blog and going through to the last one, every [expiry time] seconds?
- Does the number of requests for a particular page affect how frequently it's cached?
- Is there any other sort of prioritizing of some types of content (like home pages) over others?
I'm still confused as to why a request for the same content over https pulls a different cached file than when it's viewed over http, but my main goal is just to be able to tell my users: "hey, stop refreshing the page! These are the factors the cache considers, and your updates will appear no later than X (hours? minutes? days?) depending on X."
Some have reported content more than 24 hours out of date, and I just want to understand a little better what could be at play there.
Again, thank you.