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PreLoad emails and status - crashing? (6 posts)

  1. qwertypo
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Preload isnt completing. Stops randomly from page 14 - 99.... I have 240 pages set to ALL.

    It seems like I dont receive all the emails, currently I have it set to "Many emails, 2 emails per 100 posts." Receive some to most, but then it will go dark sometimes.

    I had preload set to 120, and it would complete sometimes, and then it would redo the preload and freeze... and the cache was incomplete most of times I checked the content.

  2. qwertypo
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Preload may have stalled.
    Preload has been restarted.

    Got this email! but it only happened when I logged into wordpress to check the status

  3. Donncha O Caoimh
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    You probably don't get much traffic to your blog. "Cron" jobs that preload depends on uses pageviews to run. You got that message when you logged in and your server executed PHP code.

  4. qwertypo
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Donncha,

    Thanks for the response. The site is not a typical blog, and large traffic is not expected. Maybe you can give me some advice on settings that can work for me. I find that many of the times I check the contents, the cache has less then 100 of the pages cached. So its failing frequently to finish. I have been experimenting with lots of settings. The site is fine if I have a full loaded cache and disable auto preload, but when I am making updates, I delete the cache and completely rebuild, I am having a hard time getting it to rebuild the entire site with out it stalling.

    I am on a shared server [Ed. Link removed], and advice on how to best use your plugin would be greatly appreciated. We add about a page a week..

    For example, I just tried to rebuild the cache, got an email confirmation that it completed 100 posts, and then a email saying it completed the preload. Yet only 40 pages are in the cache.

  5. qwertypo
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Sorry, but I give up on this plug in. I just never have a preloaded cache, and the site is actually slower with it on.

    For anyone else having this problem, yesterday I switched to Quick Cache. It updates the preload reliably, takes less then an hour to completely load. WP Super Cache took twice as long when it was successful. Quick Cache also recognizes and re-caches updated pages, in addition to new posts. So its way more seamless feeling for my non admin users that are posting new content and wondering why its not appearing.... or needing to clear the entire cache to make it appear.

    Also it integrates into the wordpress admin page, so there is a quick button to clear the cache, and when you do, it automatically begins the rebuild of the preload. My site is easily 10 times faster now. Sorry Donncha, but thanks for trying

  6. Donncha O Caoimh
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Glad you found a plugin that works.

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