object-cache.php file quarantined – Create AutoRestore Exclude Rule

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  • #27298

    MMBCB
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    I have seen a couple topics related to this, but not this specific case, both Siteground super cacher and quarantined files.  Here is the file that is quarantined after my recent SG cache flush:
    …public_html/wp-content/object-cache.php

    Here a related topic, perhaps a different problem..: http://forum.ait-pro.com/forums/topic/siteground-supercacher-cannot-modify-header-information-php-error/

    #27300

    AITpro Admin
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    The WordPress object-cache.php file is used by several different caching plugins for DB Object caching.  So I guess SiteGround SuperCacher also uses the WordPress object-cache.php file.  To create an AutoRestore Single File Exclude rule so that ARQ will not check this file do these steps:

    1. Go to AutoRestore and turn Off AutoRestore.
    2. Go to Quarantine and restore the object-cache.php file from Quarantine.
    3. Go to AutoRestore > Add|Exclude Other Folders & Files tab > under Exclude Folders & Files > select Exclude An Individual File > Enter an Exclude Folder or File Path in the text box (you can get that path from your Quarantine Log) and click the Exclude button.
    4. Turn AutoRestore back On.

    Other Help Info:  AutoRestore|Quarantine Exclude Folders & Files Video Tutorial:  http://forum.ait-pro.com/video-tutorials/#autorestore-quarantine

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