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CS-Cart and MySQL Expert Wanted

Discussion in 'Services Wanted' started by greedyboy, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. greedyboy


    May 7, 2007
    I cleaned them out first thing
  2. redspell

    redspell Banned Member

    Oct 12, 2009
    Did you try my suggestion sent in PM?
  3. eAuction


    May 27, 2007
    I've been using CS-Cart quite a bit recently and did some work on it for you before - I'm quite busy at the moment but PM me if you are stuck and I'll give it a go.
  4. Insignia


    Mar 8, 2012
    Hi, CS-Cart definatley should NOT be creating problems with your cache. How many products and filters do you use? There has to be something else going on? what is your php.ini set too? what cache method are you using? PM me if you like and ill add you to Skype and go through it with you if you like.

  5. fvanonna


    May 16, 2012
    The best way of using cs-carts cache is usually sqlite. If it doesn't work ask your host to set it up correctly for you.
    Using MySQL as a caching method is a very bad idea.

    File also works fine but it's slower then sqlite.

    Set this up in your config.local.php file.

    P.S. Also get good hosting. I've worked with 1and1 and it was the worst hosting experience ever. And i've had many. Their mistakes must have cost a client of mine at least a 5000 Euro (they kept on disconnecting a client telling the bills hadn't been paid. It went so far that we paid a bill twice just to get the sites running again - which took them 7 days after making the (double!) payment). Naturally my client is not hosting there anymore.
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