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  • So I was using W3 Total Cache for my blog instead of WP-SuperCache and found out that the load on my VPS is much lower (less than 1) than using SuperCache.

    It works great, but then I found out that since using the plugin I’m having an issue with GoogleBot crawler. The bot is getting slower at downloading a page. You might want to see the screenshot here (before and after using W3 Total Cache):

    I am using Disk enhanced for page caching, APC for minify and database caching, and using MaxCDN service for static files. Maybe someone can point me out where am I doing wrong? Or should I clear the Rejected user agent and serve bots the cache version? Any help would be appreciated

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  • Anyone?

    (Added the correct tag to your topic)

    You likely want to remove any rejected user agents you have in your settings so that search engine bots are sent cached pages.

    I am having the same problem and have no rejected user agents in m settings. Anyone else know of a fix?

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    I am quite new into W3 Total Cache, I ve installed it following some friend s advice.

    First of all, how do i know it is working? Because I ve just got a warning from my hosting company about CPU ovearload….and I installed it a week ago.

    Secondly, when it comes to the general settings where it says deselct this option to disable all cache functionality, I asume that if you don t select this option the plugin will not work, right?

    And also, if my blog is not a very busy place, wouldn t it be better that the server cache took place every 604800 seconds?

    Thank you very much

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