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  • I found out that WP Super Cache doesn’t work for individual blog. The settings somehow stick to the whole site. I tried on 2 different sites:

    apmart.com, and
    binh.name

    When I update the settings on binh.name, the WP Super Cache on apmart.com also changes exactly the same as binh.name, and vice versa.

    What can be noted: both sites use the same wpmu installation, but DIFFERENT database.

    Seem like WP Super Cache use some file to save the settings instead of WP DB?

    Could there be a solution? Thanks in advance.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/

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  • You could hack the plugin so it uses different config files for each domain but otherwise, no. It can’t do different configs for multiple domains. The config is stored in wp-content/wp-cache-config.php for efficiency.

    Great idea. I do this with the WordPress config file – different config file for different domains.

    But Donncha… why not make it work like other plugins, obeying WordPress plugin configuration?

    Umm, there is no “WordPress plugin configuration”, unless you mean something in the db, but it’s better not to access the db because it slows things down a small bit.

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