Delete Cache Problem Related to Permission

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You can delete the cache both automatically, manually.

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If you have a permission problem with /wp-content/cache/ folder, you get the warning above.

Solution

1. Set the permissions of the following folders as below

/wp-content/cache 755
/wp-content/cache/all 755
/wp-content/cache/wpfc-minified 755
/wp-content/cache/wpfc-mobile-cache 755
cache_folder_change_permissions

2. Set the owner of the following folders as below

If you are still getting the permission warning although you have changed the permissions as above, you have a problem with the owner of the folders. As you see on the image below, the owner of the /all/ is different from others.

cache-folder-owners

You need to set the owner of the folder with your username via terminal as below if you have dedicated server or VPS.

sudo chown -R USERNAME:USERNAME /YOUR_WORDPRESS_INSTALLED_PATH/

Note: If you have a hosting package, you cannot set the owner. In this case, you need to contact to your hosting provider.

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