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  • Thanks for your work, Donncha 🙂

    I’m trying WP-Super-Cache on 2.6
    The installation went very smooth and the caching is working except for the Super-Cache files.
    WP-Cache shows cached and expired files, but WP-Super-Cache shows 0 files.
    In the cache directory I see folders with the file names but nothing in the folders.
    The directory is 755 CHMOD as it was created during the installation.

    I did try it in “Lock Down” mod and it seams to me that the speed is slower than in normal caching mod. Is that normal or not.

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  • Oh, sorry, forgot to say that there are cached files in the “cache” and “meta” directories.
    I was referring to “supercache” directory when I said that there are only folders with no files in them.
    There I have directory with the sub-domain name and inside directories with the names of the accessed files.

    I’m having this exact same problem. Is there a solution? Is it something to do with my server? Because I was told my host that I was pretty much required to use Super Cache, but if it’s only working half-way that doesn’t really help me.

    having the same problem
    s-cache dir only show my domain folder

    I’m experiencing this exact same problem. Any solutions?

    edam

    (@edam)

    POSSIBLE SOLUTION:

    I had *exactly* this problem and eventually found it to be that the browser I was using had cookies that were preventing wp-super-cache from serving up static files. Try deleting all cookies for the site and see if that fixes it. It definitely did for me.

    To test wp-super-cache, I had thought I was using a browser (Chrome, actually) that I hadn’t browsed my site with before. Now that I think about it, I’m not so sure. I had obviously done something anyway, because I had some cookies.

    What I find strange is that wp-super-cache actually creates the empty directories in the supercache directory, but then doesn’t actually save the cached pages in there! Is this correct? maybe it’s because it would be saving a page for a user that was (potentially) logged in, which is obviously not a page you then want to serve-up to all and sundry.

    edam – thanks for pointing that out. I tracked it down to the mkdir command running before I checked if an anon user was visiting or not. It’s moved up now and empty directories shouldn’t be created!

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