I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I discover an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..
It is always the simple things that will drive you insane..
Was the cache = true.
I might not always want it off in the future..
Where might I find and destroy the cache "DIR" contents. If at least a little more need to Full Fill a vow T.
Destroy that GD Data.!!!.
Guess it's shared I set it up on apache-linux box with the sub domains...
The cache is on the server side and you most likely have no control over it.....
Ahh never mind about the /tmp cache location..
Being thrusted into accesss,Excel and DB scrambles the noodle...
= root control of server Ill look for way to drop server cache too..
Unless you know a direct cmdline for console to do it...
I thought I got rid of it several times and ways..
But it keeps coming back..
I started making my db and error so I started over..
I have deleted the whole db, then I recreated it, then I added the extra .sql from Master_products-v1.1.5, ssl_provider_1, then I restored my data with the backup.
Works fine for a couple of clicks.
But then the data I wanted to get rid of is back. I have searched the backup .sql and cannot find the data that’s in error anywhere..
I also look in the whole db in particular the manufacturers and manufacturer’s info.
My current list is correct..
However if you click on a few specific categories; the old categories and old manufacturers and manufacturers info returns in there..
So where is it coming from?.
Not much hair left..
In admin panel goto configuation/cache and set it to false.....
You must be on a shared server right...If so this will fix it....