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Im currently running magento on a windows server, I have installed and configured wincache, I added the following to my local.xml file.

 <session_save><![CDATA[files]]></session_save>
    <cache>
        <backend>Zend_Cache_Backend_WinCache</backend>
        <prefix>file</prefix>
    </cache>

None of the files are caching within wincache though.

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Edit your app/etc/local.xml file and add these lines in the section:

<cache>
     <backend>Zend_Cache_Backend_WinCache</backend>
     <slow_backend>file</slow_backend>
</cache>

Do the same steps as described above or here: Magento LAMP vs WIMP: Running Magento with IIS and WinCache

After saving your local.xml file be sure to flush Magento’s cache; System -> Cache management -> Select all -> Refresh -> Submit. When you check your wincache.php file again entries should show up under both “User cache” and “Opcode cache”.

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Have a look at the following post & make sure that your installation & configuration thereof is correct.

Magento LAMP vs WIMP: Running Magento with IIS and WinCache

It's specifically important to note:

Edit your app/etc/local.xml file and add these lines in the section;

 Zend_Cache_Backend_WinCache
 file

After saving your local.xml file be sure to flush Magento’s cache; System -> Cache management -> Select all -> Refresh -> Submit. When you check your wincache.php file again entries should show up under both “User cache” and “Opcode cache”.

Let me know if this helps you resolve things.

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  • Well, I did do that. See <backend> and <prefix>.
    – Wessel
    Commented Mar 20, 2014 at 12:16

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