CaRP: Caching RSS Parser - Documentation
Cache not found
CaRP was unable to find a cache record
(either a file in your cache folders, or a database record, depending on which caching method you are using).
Cache files are used to store data on your server temporarily
so that CaRP does not have to retrieve it from another server,
or so that CaRP doesn't have to repeat all of its formatting operations
every time someone views your webpage.
Causes and Solutions
- The cache name is misspelled:
Make sure that you use the same spelling (including upper and lower case) in when creating and using caches.
- The cache name is too long:
- Cache names are limited to 64 characters (bytes) when using mySQL caching
(except in the autocache table, where all cache names are 32 bytes long).
If this is the problem, either shorten the name of the cache,
or alter your database to increase the maximum length allowed.
- When using file based caching, your server's operating system may have filename or total path length limits.
If this is the problem, use a shorter cache name.
- The operation that attempted to create the cache failed:
Fix the problem that is preventing the cache from being created.
- The cache was unexpectedly deleted by some other process:
This problem will probably fix itself the next time you load the page.
However, you may wish to figure out why some other process (another program) is deleting the cache and prevent it from doing so.
How can I turn error reporting off?
How can I stop error messages from linking to this page?