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easycron + warm cache werken niet

Een nieuwe woocommerce site gebruikt warm cache in combinatie met easycron starter pakket.

Dit is de url die de cronjob gebruikt is: https://www.ginis.me/?warm_cache=gzGEEDHWb

Nu krijg ik iedere keer dat de job loopt een fouterror in easycron: 500: Internal Server Error.
Qua output krijg ik wel de files te zien die gecrawled worden. Dit geeft Easycron weer als output:

Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8
X-Varnish: 205239378
Pragma: no-cache
Expires: Mon, 13 Mar 2017 16:58:03 GMT
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2017 16:58:03 GMT
Age: 0
Vary: Accept-Encoding
X-Powered-By: PHP/7.0.15
Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, max-age=0, post-check=0, pre-check=0, max-age=2592000
Server: Apache
Via: 1.1 varnish (Varnish/5.0)

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Start with submap: http://www.ginis.me/page-sitemap.xml
Start with submap: http://www.ginis.me/product-sitemap.xml
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/vegan/vegan-banaan-chocolade-zebracake-groot/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/zout/quiche-prei-bacon-groot/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/zout/quiche-prei-bacon-klein/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/koekjes/amandelbrood/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/zout/focaccia-groot/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/zout/focaccia-klein/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/muffins/chocolade-muffins-groot/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/muffins/chocolade-muffins-klein/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/ontbijt/granola/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/cake/appel-walnoten-cake/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/cake/ginis-cake/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/cake/kokos-cake/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/cake/4×4-cake/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/muffins/muffins-witte-chocoladestukjes-en-walnoten-groot/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/muffins/muffins-witte-chocoladestukjes-en-walnoten-klein/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/cake/cranberry-cake/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/glutenvrij/glutenvrije-muffins-klein/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/glutenvrij/glutenvrije-muffins-groot/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/ontbijt/rozijnenbroodje/
Busy with: https://www.ginis.me/winkel/ontbijt/chocoladebolletjes/
Start with submap: http://www.ginis.me/product_cat-sitemap.xml
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En ook in wp-admin onder ‘warm cache’ krijg ik een lijst te zien van gecrawlde pagina’s:
Anderzijds, als ik naar site ga, zie ik dat de opgelojste pagina’s toch niet gecached zijn met W3TC. Als ik effectief zelf naar een pagina surf, cachet de pagina correct.

Ik heb contact opgenomen met Easycron. Dit is hun antwoord:


It seems that your cron job script is having some error (webserver, php setting or php code) inside.

“500 error” is not something that easycron could cause, it’s caused by webserver or php setting or php script at your side.

So I think you should ask the script vendor/developer for help.

Volgens hen ligt het probleem dus mogelijk bij de plugin.

Alvast dank!

Crawl history page is huge

Hello, thanks for the great plug-in. My concern is that after the plug-in is live and performing the crawls, when I visit the Warm cache settings page it seems to scroll on forever because of all the crawl history.

If it is adding another crawl log every five minutes I can only imagine that when I login to that settings page in a couple of weeks’ time it will crash the browser because the page will be so long with previous crawl data.

Is there a way to only show a certain amount of previous crawls in the plug-in setting page. Otherwise I’m positive that this page will crash the browser in another week?

Thanks in advance
Richard

Warm Cache and Cloudflare

So I am not sure this is a bug and I have seen other people report on issues related to this and it appears they may think that Warm Cache is not “working” when in reality it probably is working but its not configure properly or maybe we need some option in Warm Cache but here goes…

I have both Warm Cache installed and configure AND I have Cloudflare (the free version) running.

So when Warm Cache goes to run/crawl, I think it is trying to get to the Cloudflare cache and NOT crawl my local site.

I cant figure out how to tell Warm Cache to crawl my local server and not go out to the internet and ultimately Cloudflare.

If I STOP Cloudflare then warm cache will run

Error with xml sitemap

notice from plugin Warm-cache: Your configured sitemap url ( http://www.mydomainname.com/sitemap_index.xml ) is configured, but does not appear to contain an xml opening tag, or a combination of urlset or sitemap, I cannot crawl your pages. Please check your sitemap plugin to fix your currupt sitemap.

The sitemap is good. I am using WP 4.42 and the most recent warm cache revision. Do you have a solution?

wp_mail is declared

When I active this plugin, I get a message from Sendgrid, my mail sending plugin, saying that wp_mail is already defined and so Sendgrid can’t work.

I don’t think it’s necessary for this plugin to declare wp_mail, so it would be great if that can be removed or made optional.

Insuffienct Permissions on Premium Add Posts/Pages

I have the premium version of the plugin and on a fresh WordPress local install with the plugin activated and visiting /wp-admin/plugins.php?page=simple-add-pages-or-postspremium/simple_add_pages_or_posts.php I get a “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.” message.

All other dashboard pages are fine.

Unsubscribe confirmation same as Subscribe

When I, as a visitor, unsubscribe in the sidebar widget I get the same confirmation Page as when I subscribe. There’s no option in settings to use any other Page to deliver a more appropriate message.

If I deactivate the Subscribe2 widget (v1.1) the subscribe buttons disappear (see next question).

Note client has Subscribe2 v8.1 installed which I know isn’t the latest. Since I’ve just been awarded this project I don’t yet know if it’s been customized by the previous developer so reluctant to upgrade until I know more – hence this report