Ye, however you might wanna make sure and wait for someone else to confirm it as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you contact the iPage guys because they can give you help better...
A friend commented recently on the speed of OSC and just how good it is..
Wait till he gets a load of this!!.
Does the cache setting cause any known problems especially on shared servers???..
It could. If the all shop installs use the same directory (/tmp for example) things will go terribly wrong..
If all shops use their own cache directory that is located in their own directory it will work flawlessly..
Since this is a live topic, maybe I can ask about a problem I'm having with the cache:.
When I turn it on, the first time you visit a product page, it comes back with this error:.
Warning: stat failed for /tmp/also_purchased-english.cache70 (errno=2 - No such file or directory) in /home/<USER>/public_html/shop/includes/functions/cache.php on line 48.
If you reload, the error's gone. I assume this is because it wrote out the cache file. Is this normal? I'm using a CVS from March, I believe, and I'm working on getting more up to date..
I have mines set as "/tmp/" is it the same as "/tmp"?.
I tried renaming all my "tmp" folders to get an error message but no luck.
Where is tmp?..
Will the caching files time out after a certain time? I want to set it time out when I change something in the database or it time out once a day. is it possible?.
Should the /tmp/ directory be located in the root directory? Is there anything else I need to do besides create a /tmp/ directory, set permission to 777, and turn cache to true? Is there a step-by-step set of directions somewhere that I can use?..
I too am having this problem. I look at my iPage site via ftp and see no /tmp dir anywhere...
I have caching working perfectly on my OSC, the question I have and which I have asked before but reecived no answer was:.
How does the cache refresh... ? and when?..
I would like to get some answers on those last 3 questions.....
If I set the cache setting to true and I begin to collec these files....
1) Is this going to take up some huge amounts of webspace over a period of time?.
2) What is the actual benefit of the cache anyhow?.
I have never understood it as yet..
Hope someone can help....
No. Only if you support 123 languages and have some 450.000 products you might notice a problem ;-).
Enable 'show parse time' in Adminstration and compare the parse time of a page with and without cache. Should give you some interesting data...