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Upgrading podPress (4 posts)

  1. rajaito
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have been clicking the "correct the entries" button every time it pops up for the last hour. Am I doing it right? I have no idea how long this is going to take. I am not even sure if it is working right. Do you have advice? Thank you.

    In this case the max. execution time for the blog software is: 30 seconds.

    The time needed to correct ... rows in the data base: seconds

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/podpress/

  2. rajaito
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I keep clicking the button everytime the window pops up.

    Now it is showing this:

    In this case the max. execution time for the blog software is: 1,800 seconds.

    The time needed to correct ... rows in the data base: seconds

    This is officially the most painful wordpress plugin upgrade I have ever experienced. Either that or I must be doing it wrong.

    Please help.

  3. rajaito
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Well, I have been clicking that window all day and it still hasn't stopped. I can't really deal with this process anymore. It is almost as bad as Chinese water torture. I seriously regret that I tried to update the plugin. Not sure what to do now.

    Thanks for any advice anyone can offer.

  4. ntm
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    I keep clicking the button everytime the window pops up.

    How often this windows pops up depends on the number of rows in the statistic database table of your blog. It also depends on the increment you choose. If you don't change it, it will always be the default value 10. If you db table has for instance 100000 rows then you would need to restart the upgrade procedure very often (in this example: 10000 times).

    If the execution time limit is bigger than 10 seconds then you should have a look what the possible increment is and increase the increment to the maximum.

    What worries me, is that you have quoted the displayed text with the placeholders "..." instead of with numeric value. Doesn't the time value and the number of the upgraded rows change after each click on the button? Are the points always there?

    Furthermore it seems unusual that the max. execution time would change from time to time.

    It would be helpful if you could tell whether or Javascript errors happen during the upgrade procedure. Do know you know where to find the javascript (or error) console in your browser? (If not, please tell which browser you use.)
    It would also be helpful if you could try to find out the max. execution time limit with the help of a different plugin. There are many system information plugins in the repository. WP System Health is the one I usually use for such purposes.
    If you use this plugin then you should be able to find the values at the plugins page: open the PHP panel and display the Core information. The max_exectuion_time values should be in this section.

    Thanks,
    Tim

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