I have super-cache installed on my primary domain and two add-on domains.
It works perfectly with the two add-on domains including returning the wp-cache files for non-anonymous visitors.
Super-cache works fine with the primary domain. My wp-config cache statement is the first statement in the file. I have changed the permissions in the cache directory to 777 and also for the subdirectories.
I can see wp-cache file being created both in wpcontent/cache/meta and wpcontent/cache/
The number of files in the meta subdirectory equals the counter number on the settings page. There are many more wp-cache files created in the wpcontent/cache/ area.
I have tried uninstalling and removing all the files and deleting the cache directory with no change.
Everytime a non-anonymous user loads a page a wp-cache file is created in wpcontent/cache. I am not sure what trigger the wp-cache file creation in wpcontent/cache/meta.
In all respects the install is the same for my add-on domains which work fine.
But a wp-cache file is never returned after loading a website page or refreshing a website page for a non-anonymous user nor is there ever a wp-cache message at the end of the source file.
I have read everything I can find on this problem and cannot figure out how to fix it.
Any ideas or help is greatly appreciated.
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