Performance Cache Creates Problems

WordPress is a great tool. So are weblog editors that use XML-RPC and the metaWeblog API.

My weblog editor was failing. Finally tracked it down to truncated XML-RPC messages.

This *never* happened on my other machine (not Server)

After much chasing I have discovered that if *any* of my sites has the Performance Cache enabled the XML-RPC messages get truncated. Sigh.

For now, no Performance Cache for me.

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