I’ve had this plugin deactivated forever after an incident (in April or so) where something caused my server to overload — after I convinced my hosting company to let me into the backend, we turned off all plugins and I only turned on the ones I actually needed to have on.
On 10/12, I turned this plugin back on but did not activate it. I didn’t touch any other plugin or make any other changes (not on that day and not in the last 3 months — just had a baby so I haven’t been fussing with the site much).
On 10/18, my host shut me down again, saying that I caused server overload — 360,000 hits. Unfortunately, this wasn’t a mention in the NYT or anything — I suspect it was just this plugin. Again.
As of 1 AM I’ve been unsuspended and have gone in and disabled the plugin — and it seems to be working ok thus far… <fingers crossed>
Anyone else have problems like this? Is it a setting that I screwed up with Super Cache, or should I just find another caching program? (Because I do need one, right?)
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