Tagged: seo https
August 24, 2016 at 5:50 pm #27707
Thanks for the prompt response. I had uploaded 160 files into the “new” folder around 3 days ago, roughly 24 hours after that I went to check if any images had processed. Nothing, so I ran the cron job and got 1 image processed. Ran it again and got another 1 image processed for a total of 2. After that, nothing will process. So I’m thinking I’ve got the correct directory/folder.
I may have run the process a few times without waiting 1 min over the past few days. But I just ran it after not having run it since posting yesterday, still nothing.
I haven’t changed any settings except the recent updates to jetpack and other plugins (I think yoast SEO) can’t remember exactly which ones.
Using the Web upload method, I got “your uploaded file has been added into the queue to be processed”. But nothing got processed.
Please advise.August 24, 2016 at 6:17 pm #27708August 24, 2016 at 6:21 pm #27709August 24, 2016 at 6:32 pm #27710August 24, 2016 at 6:53 pm #27711
So, I’ve come across this: ”
Unfortunately we don’t currently support cron or any other type of task scheduling. We have had members ask for this, and we will try to implement the support in a future hosting version.
As a possible alternative for in the meantime, you could use a crontab service from a different company to ‘trigger’ your script hosted on Bravenet at predefined intervals.”
Please advise.August 24, 2016 at 9:11 pm #27712
PM me your processor URL and I’ll add it to one of our cron systems for you. You should never be manually running it on a regular basis – nothing will work properly.
I’ve tested everything on 4.6 and encountered no issues, so it is most likely this.
Edit: Actually, try using a service like this – https://www.easycron.com/ or another service that can do it for you. Will be easier as you can maintain control.August 25, 2016 at 1:11 am #27713August 25, 2016 at 3:32 am #27714
It’s been a few hours now and no new images have been processed so I’m guessing the wordpress plugin didn’t work. I just tried to make a a cron job on easycron.com but the free plan only does 10 min intervals, so I’m using that. Still no images processed.
Please advise.August 25, 2016 at 8:01 am #27717
Got this in an email from easycron: “We’re sorry to inform you that we met 2 consecutive failures when trying to access the following URL”
When I click the url, it ran the cron job and I got one image processed (out of 159 images).
So i re-enable easy cron and waited. Got the same “2 consecutive failures” email.
Please advise.August 25, 2016 at 10:54 am #27718
Please PM me your WP login info along with your FTP info and I’ll try to run some tests to figure out what’s going on.
It appears to me that your web host is blocking URL requests from non-browser sources (such as a cron system). This would explain why your processor is not being triggered and would also explain why Symzio is not properly connecting. But once I get your information I’ll be able to know more.December 6, 2016 at 12:45 am #28910
I have this problem: I uploaded via FTP and manually some files which are not processing, not even when I run the cron job manually.
The latest change I have done to my site was the redirect for https. Any idea?
Memory at Start: 54MLoad at Start: 1M1 product integrity checks completed0 new/updated images/videos parsed0 thumbnails re/generatedMemory at End: 60MMemory Peak: 76MLoad at End: -0.0175MDecember 6, 2016 at 5:15 am #28915
I went through this and it took a little bit of time to get it fine tuned. Be sure to change your site in WordPress to https (Dashboard -> Settings -> General Settings ) Change your website to https on that page.
Also, I deleted the old CRON job and setup a new one.
For what it is worth, I did not do any redirects – but rather updated. I am not sure redirects is the best method. Just something for you to consider.
GeorgeDecember 6, 2016 at 6:43 am #28918
Thank you for the info, I will try.
The thing with the Dashboard -> Settings -> General Settings I already did it.
Can you please tell me what do you mean by update? Maybe it is better. I just followed some article provided by Robin for https and that included redirecting.December 8, 2016 at 10:39 pm #28945
Thank you George for help, it worked.
I eliminated the redirect and now my site, like yours, is showing https for all pages but not for homepage.I think it is ok, I analized the site with a tool and it seems ok.
Starting the date i did the redirect my traffic went from 25-30 sessions/day to 0(zero) in Google analytics, I guess Google doesnt like redirects. I hope my traffic will come back.December 8, 2016 at 11:24 pm #28947
Glad to read you are making progress. I just checked your site and I see your certificate is working The lock is showing in my browser (Chrome). It is showing on your homepage when I click on your ink you placed in this thread.
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