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<strong>W3 Total Cache Error:</strong> some files appear to be missing or out of place. Please re-install plugin #587

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bvansomeren opened this Issue Jul 8, 2013 · 11 comments

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bvansomeren commented Jul 8, 2013

Hi,

For one site I have to use W3 Total Cache because SuperCache is not working out. Unfortunately after installing W3 Total cache, any command on WP-CLI gives the following error:

-bash-4.1$ wp core version
<strong>W3 Total Cache Error:</strong> some files appear to be missing or out of place. Please re-install plugin or remove <strong>/home/site/public_html/wp-content/object-cache.php</strong>.-bash-4.1$ "

Running latest release versions of all components.
W3 Total cache seems to be running just fine on it's own

PS: If you give me access to the Wiki I'll get started on putting things like this in a FAQ

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Running latest release versions of all components.

Please run wp --info.

PS: If you give me access to the Wiki I'll get started on putting things like this in a FAQ

I don't need to give you access, because it's not restricted. Edit away.

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scribu commented Jul 8, 2013

Running latest release versions of all components.

Please run wp --info.

PS: If you give me access to the Wiki I'll get started on putting things like this in a FAQ

I don't need to give you access, because it's not restricted. Edit away.

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bvansomeren Jul 8, 2013

Hi,

Here it is

PHP binary: /usr/bin/php
PHP version:    5.3.3
php.ini used:   /etc/php.ini
wp-cli root:    /home/site/.composer/vendor/wp-cli/wp-cli/php/
wp-cli config:  
wp-cli version: 0.10.2

The OS is CentOS 6

bvansomeren commented Jul 8, 2013

Hi,

Here it is

PHP binary: /usr/bin/php
PHP version:    5.3.3
php.ini used:   /etc/php.ini
wp-cli root:    /home/site/.composer/vendor/wp-cli/wp-cli/php/
wp-cli config:  
wp-cli version: 0.10.2

The OS is CentOS 6

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That's pretty strange, since W3 Total Cache actually comes with a built-in WP-CLI command.

I think it would be easier to get help if you submitted a bug report from the W3 Total Cache settings page (WP Admin -> Performance -> Support). Tell them I sent you. :)

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scribu commented Jul 8, 2013

That's pretty strange, since W3 Total Cache actually comes with a built-in WP-CLI command.

I think it would be easier to get help if you submitted a bug report from the W3 Total Cache settings page (WP Admin -> Performance -> Support). Tell them I sent you. :)

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Minor bit of additional information. W3 Total cache and WP-CLI seem fine as long as you don't enable Object caching (and possibly the other options except for page caching). I've raised a support query with them as well, linking them to this issue

bvansomeren commented Jul 9, 2013

Minor bit of additional information. W3 Total cache and WP-CLI seem fine as long as you don't enable Object caching (and possibly the other options except for page caching). I've raised a support query with them as well, linking them to this issue

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Possibly related: #283

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scribu commented Jul 9, 2013

Possibly related: #283

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Minor note: I did not use APC based object caching (just using the disk or memcached variant) . Just FYI.
If I hear anything back from W3 Edge I'll update the ticket further

bvansomeren commented Jul 9, 2013

Minor note: I did not use APC based object caching (just using the disk or memcached variant) . Just FYI.
If I hear anything back from W3 Edge I'll update the ticket further

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bvansomeren Jul 10, 2013

Still no word from W3 Edge, but in case somebody else runs into this problem. Disable the Object caching and at least WP-CLI will work properly again. Found this out because the object caching was causing a massive slowdown on wp-admin and turned it off, only to find WP-CLI being it's happy, helpful self again

bvansomeren commented Jul 10, 2013

Still no word from W3 Edge, but in case somebody else runs into this problem. Disable the Object caching and at least WP-CLI will work properly again. Found this out because the object caching was causing a massive slowdown on wp-admin and turned it off, only to find WP-CLI being it's happy, helpful self again

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Do you get this issue running any other WP-CLI command?

I get warning/notice messages when I run anything whenever my site has a broken theme/plugin which is not related to WP-CLI in this case. Is your site throwing errors in the error_log when you browse the site?

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mpeshev commented Aug 10, 2013

Do you get this issue running any other WP-CLI command?

I get warning/notice messages when I run anything whenever my site has a broken theme/plugin which is not related to WP-CLI in this case. Is your site throwing errors in the error_log when you browse the site?

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I think this was fixed along with #721 in the latest version of W3 Total Cache. Can you confirm, @bvansomeren ?

LE: The problem was that WP-CLI stopped loading advanced-cache.php from wp-settings-cli.php, which W3TC didn't expect.

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scribu commented Oct 7, 2013

I think this was fixed along with #721 in the latest version of W3 Total Cache. Can you confirm, @bvansomeren ?

LE: The problem was that WP-CLI stopped loading advanced-cache.php from wp-settings-cli.php, which W3TC didn't expect.

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@bvansomeren Feel free to open this issue again if you see it in the wild.

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danielbachhuber commented Nov 20, 2013

@bvansomeren Feel free to open this issue again if you see it in the wild.

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yumyo Jan 14, 2014

Hi, still get the error:

W3 Total Cache version: 0.9.3
WP-CLI version: 0.13.0

yumyo commented Jan 14, 2014

Hi, still get the error:

W3 Total Cache version: 0.9.3
WP-CLI version: 0.13.0

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