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  • mherbst Friend
    #161977

    Hi,

    after some time the directory cache/t3 is filled with hundreds of files with extension .php and .php_expire. This happens even if the T3 and Joomla cache is disabled. If I delete the JA T3 cache manually they are delete but I would have expected that expired files would automatically be deleted from the cache and why are they created with disabled cache?

    Martin

    chavan Friend
    #383913

    Go to Template Manager -> Default Template Edit -> System Settings -> Cache Mode = Disabled. and save

    Please make sure is the above is done. If the cache files again created. Then Please provide me your Admin Details in the Support ticket

    mherbst Friend
    #384113

    <em>@Chavan 231022 wrote:</em><blockquote>Go to Template Manager -> Default Template Edit -> System Settings -> Cache Mode = Disabled. and save

    Please make sure is the above is done. If the cache files again created. Then Please provide me your Admin Details in the Support ticket</blockquote>

    I have disabled it but nothing changed. Cache files are written to cache/t3.

    I was not able to add my admin details to the ticket because I can’t open it with my user id/password.

    chavan Friend
    #384134

    <em>@mherbst 231262 wrote:</em><blockquote>I have disabled it but nothing changed. Cache files are written to cache/t3.

    I was not able to add my admin details to the ticket because I can’t open it with my user id/password.</blockquote>

    can you please PM me those?

    Phill Moderator
    #384136

    Have you updated to the latest jat3 plugin? If not please do so.

    mherbst Friend
    #384322

    Hi Phil,

    yes, I have the installed the latest version.

    Martin

    sharpdome Friend
    #395783

    What was the fix? I have the same problem.

    JAT3 cache is disabled in the JA Social template but the t3 and t3-assets folder are still filling up with files!

    chavan Friend
    #395791

    Post your site Url sharpdome

    dpk Friend
    #397490

    Please share the solution. I have this problem too.

    sharpdome Friend
    #397750

    Is there a solution? I just checked my site and I show 30,000+ files in the t3 folder and 40,000+ files in the t3-assets cache folder. This is after running for only a few days.

    Does JAT3 ever remove files from the cache? I can’t find a setting for when the cache should be purged.

    How does JAT3 maintain its cache? Does JAT3 keep adding files until the disk fills and the server crashes? 🙂

    Sherlock Friend
    #397934

    <em>@sharpdome 248796 wrote:</em><blockquote>Is there a solution? I just checked my site and I show 30,000+ files in the t3 folder and 40,000+ files in the t3-assets cache folder. This is after running for only a few days.

    Does JAT3 ever remove files from the cache? I can’t find a setting for when the cache should be purged.

    How does JAT3 maintain its cache? Does JAT3 keep adding files until the disk fills and the server crashes? :)</blockquote>

    Maybe you have set the cache time is too short in the Global Configuration >> System tab,when necessary you can also remove all t3 cache files in your back-end just by hitting a button.

    sharpdome Friend
    #398050

    I don’t understand. The cache time is set at 15 minutes. Why would a short time cause 40,000+ files to be created?

    The problem is still happening. It’s not a good solution to need to manually clean the cache.

    Sherlock Friend
    #398144

    <em>@sharpdome 249164 wrote:</em><blockquote>I don’t understand. The cache time is set at 15 minutes. Why would a short time cause 40,000+ files to be created?

    The problem is still happening. It’s not a good solution to need to manually clean the cache.</blockquote>

    Okay,you can provide me your url,admin account and the FTP Info into the ticket of PFZ-818-95628

    I will have a checking for you !

    sharpdome Friend
    #398259

    I have updated the support ticket with the login details for my development server. Thanks for your help! 🙂

    Sherlock Friend
    #398518

    hi sharpdome,

    After two days i checked and saw that you have totally 2031 files under the cache folder (cache/t3-assets folder) so i don’t think that there would be a problem because each time you made changes in your contents the new cache files will be created,the cache system will not generate cache files with same contents.

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