Stable tag: 0.9.9.8
I noticed after doing the upgrade as flagged in the plug-ins menu that, WP Super-Cache really slowed down my site. I also was out at http://www.webpagetest.org/ running test against the site and it was reporting that “static files/cache” were not present.
So, I checked into my PHP logs and found the new plug-in is throwing this error:
PHP Warning: [function.rename]: Access is denied. (code: 5) in C:\site-directory\wp-content\plugins\wp-super-cache\wp-cache-phase2.php on line 546
Has something changed with this plug in? Is it now necessary to change permissions on the directory?
I will take a guess at it and state that is why my site slowed way down.. It actually tests quicker with the plug-in disabled which is a switch from the old configuration although, I never ran the check utilizing the above benchmark tool… is it difficult to roll the plug-in backwards? Could it be the “latest” and “greatest” revision in WP?
Will WP ever come out with a stable across the board long-term release? This is kind of crazy trying to keep up with all the “security” fixes to which, a plethora of plug-ins suddenly begin to fail…
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