Timespan's do not match, nor do I see HTML comment's at the end of page on my production server, same code/database and plugin settings work fine locally.
Hosting is windows IIS, I have PHP caching enabled with the recommended settings, except compression and 304, timeout set to 1800, GC set for twice a day.
I've double checked the permissions on the cache folder to be full, but i don't think any of the requests are being cached.
Turned on debug, here is an example:
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ supercache dir: E:\*****/wp-content/cache/supercache/www.caseiro.pt/p/cute-things-bijuterias/
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ No wp-cache file exists. Must generate a new one.
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ In WP Cache Phase 2
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Setting up WordPress actions
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Created output buffer
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Output buffer callback
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Anonymous user detected. Only creating Supercache file.
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Writing non-gzipped buffer to supercache file.
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Renamed temp supercache file to E:\*****/wp-content/cache/supercache/www.caseiro.pt/p/cute-things-bijuterias/index.html
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Sending buffer to browser
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ wp_cache_shutdown_callback: collecting meta data.
12:19:26 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Did not write meta file: wp-cache-b6f2c1cebf070677718664c091bf1e59.meta *1* *1* *1*
12:26:11 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ supercache dir: E:\*****/wp-content/cache/supercache/www.caseiro.pt/p/cute-things-bijuterias/
12:26:11 /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ Served page from supercache file using PHP.
Do meta always need to be created for caching to work? /p/cute-things-bijuterias/ was definately not sent cached.
Looking at debug not creating meta happens most of the time, but the strange thing is that sometimes I see meta files created via FTP.
Any help debugging this further would be great!