As the title says; since I updated to WP 3.5 and then to WP 3.5.1 and the latest version of W3 Total Cache 0.9.2.5, scheduling posts no longer works. I just get a missed schedule notice.
Deactivating the plugin makes scheduling work again, however I need W3 as it works with my CDN.
Also, there are other issues; pingsbacks no longer show up (these are my own pingbacks from one article to another). As soon as I deactivate the plugin I get a bunch of emails with the missed pingbacks.
Another symptom is that in my Awstats report under viewed content the number one is now /wp-cron.php with over 600,000 views! This started showing up since the update.
I know a lot of other people reported the same issue with W3 Total Cache no longer working with WP, but I see no solution mentioned. When is this going to be fixed? I read somewhere that the issue is going to be fixed when WP 3.5.1 comes out, but it didn’t happen. Or WP basically no longer works with cache plugins, and we can no longer use CDNs? This would be a huge mistake as many sites rely on them.
Please let me know when this is going to be fixed. Thanks!
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