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wp-content/cache folder at 20 GB

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  • Lone Shooter
    Member

    @loneshooter

    This is the bug. W3TC doesn’t remove enhance-cached pages anymore from some reason; even when Empty All Caches is performed manually. I needed to create cron jobs that delete the cache folder so you could do this..

    Note: the bug is also present in the last v0.9.2.9!

    andremacola
    Member

    @andremacola

    I need to delete manually the files in cache folder. The empty cache works but not delete the files. Maybe an option to clear files?

    HHHoooly crap, I have the same thing. Couldn’t figure out why clearing the cache timed out the PHP process. Even through the command line, running “rm -rf *” took a half hour…

    Added weekly cronjobs for all my sites with W3…

    Yikes.
    Sean.

    (As a side note, using “rm -rf *” is really dangerous. Best to put in the full directory path. <restoring from backups now, &**#$>)

    fotobeam
    Participant

    @apachelance

    Same problem here. How can I create a cron job to solve this problem?

    fotobeam
    Participant

    @apachelance

    I found a caching problem with the All-in-One Event Calendar. You need to disable caching under advanced options for the event calendar page. Otherwise your cache will be flooded.

    tavvasankarbabu
    Member

    @tavvasankarbabu

    can i delete wp-content/cache folder

    Mike
    Member

    @maddogmike

    Does anyone know if this has been fixed in version 0.9.4?

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