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Configuring W3 Total Cache with BuddyPress

  • Bowe


    Hi guys,

    I’ve just installed W3 Total Cache with a CDN provider and so far it seems to work great. But I would like to know how BuddyPress could benefit from it’s powers. Normal page caching creates non updated activity streams since the content remains cached.

    1: So page caching does not work, without disabling caching of certain folders/files. Does anyone know which folders should NOT be cached to let the stream work properly?

    2: Can I use database caching, since the plugin config says: “Caching database objects may decrease the response time of your blog by up to 100x” Can BuddyPress cause this kind of decreased performance?

    Thanks in advance!

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