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Couple different things going on here, but my two cents: 1) Philosophically: if a file may be modified somehow in any of its remote deployment contexts, don't keep it in the repo. Since W3TC keeps its settings in a flat file (and that flat file is updated every time you go into the W3TC settings screen in any context and hit "save"), it's difficult to ...


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Typically your opcode cache will detect file changes and update the cache entry, so you need to be more specific with what exactly is not working, memcache, opcode, static files, transients, etc? The default PHP Opcode cache is 5 seconds which can be changed in your config under opcache.revalidate_freq. You can flush the cache on deployment using something ...



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