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Old October 9th, 2011, 08:23 PM
LimitlessMktg LimitlessMktg is offline
 
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So now they are trying to blame a bad setting in W3 Total Cache (disk enhanced caching) for the problem. A problem that they installed W3 Total Cache to resolve?!

They installed W3 Total Cache.
Enhanced disk caching is recommended for shared hosting.
Says pages were NOT being cached with that setting?


Now DNS is jacked up. I'm seeing it resolve BACK to cloudflare. Registrar has the correct NS settings. I think they just reenabled cloudflare...

Frustrated and losing faith in HostGator.