Rated 0 out of 5 by ArnoldSp It is working almost fine on 1.6.0 and as I understood, only the first page of a category is being cached but when I go to the second page of a category, this is added to the url:
Is there a way to prevent this?
The only problem on 1.6.0 is that when I select all categories on the URL tab and click "Cache selected pages" nothing happens, I have to click every page cache link to make cache files.
Does the paid version has an automatic update for all checked category pages? And is the update interval easy to set?
October 6, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by ARTIO We are happy to announce that MTurbo 1.2.2. is now available.
- supports of Magento 1.6
- refresh product page after product purchase
- added Spanish language pack
- inactive CMS are not cached now
- bug fix with constant DS
October 3, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by K4DS Installed, made no difference to my page load time, uninstalled
September 28, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by lurebeauty This is driving me insane. this extension screwed up my subcategories so i uninstalled it and NO MATTER WHAT I DO, i cannot get rid of this at the end of my links - the mturbo at the end. i deleted from htaccess, uninstalled it, cleared cache, and i cannot get rid of it!!!!
I don’t want all that coding at the end.
September 16, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by hagaib nice extension but seems to break my theme. so it's useless but it does improve load time.
September 1, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by Meko38 We have bought the PRO Extension and after by using the automatic function we seen, that the permission of one shell file (getstatichtml.sh) was returned to 1407 and we become the eooro in the admin interface, that the file has the wrong permissions. We switched the permissens to 0755, but when the time comes for the cron, the permissions for the shell file was switched return back to 1407.
We have write an E-Mail and a thread in the support bulltein board from the seller about this problem, but without any response and we stands alone with this problem.
August 28, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by ecommer HORRIBLE SOFTWARE amp; COMPANY - DO NOT PURCHASE THE PRO VERSION!
- We contacted the seller as there were so many bugs in the software, it's not fit for a production environment.
- We asked for the bugs to be fixed or a refund. Seller refused both!
- We asked for support - no response!
This is a team overseas who has ZERO support. They do not respond to any e-mails.
On top of all this, they canceled our download ID and did not re-activate it, and also refused to respond to e-mails requesting re-activation.
Luckily, we opened a dispute with our bank and received our money back.
BEWARE. These guys are absolutely horrible. I cannot say worse things about the service we have received. You get what you pay for, and we will definitely be purchasing the other ~$500 caching solutions for piece of mind.
August 24, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by a1anm Just tried this extension and it really does make the cached pages lightning fast. The biggest downside is that only page number 1 in catalog pages are cached. So if you use the pagination to go to page 2, 3 etc these pages aren't cached and are served just as before.
Would be nice to have the option to turn this on/off.
Hopefully future versions will have this.
August 23, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by MageAustralia I really think most people commenting here really don't understand how this extension works and what it takes to ensure it's working. The speedup using this extension is massive because it allows the server to serve a Magento category listing / homepage (for the free version) as a static HTML page. This means that PHP -gt; Magento -gt; Mysql execution process is not happening at all. Effectively, Magento will generally run between 1-10 requests per second. Using this extension it's not unreasonable to see 50-1000 requests per second. Yes, the difference is that massive WHEN it's configured correctly.
1. You need to ensure mod_rewrite is running.
2. You need to ensure you have clicked the "update .htaccess file" in the config for this extension.
3. You need to ensure you have selected which categories to cache.
4. You need to ensure you have run the "cache all pages" and that all pages are showing as cached.
After all of this, you should view the source (right-click the page and choose view source) of one of your pages that you expect is cached and you should see something like this timestamp at the very end of the page.
lt;!-- Tue Aug 16 10:49:47 UTC 2011 --gt;
If you do not see this timestamp, then the extension isn't installed / enabled correctly. Awesome extension, thanks ARTIO!
August 16, 2011
Rated 0 out of 5 by suziebou I did a speed test with the test example of M-Turbo and my site. Looks like this module is a total waste of money!
My site was way faster without this module even with a 117kb home page compared to the 16kb test site example of m-turbo.
August 15, 2011