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[resolved] wp_schedule_single_event running twice (3 posts)

  1. gmisura
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

    I've boiled down the problem to as little code as possible. I'm doing this via a plugin:

    class myclass {
      public function __construct() {
        ob_start();
        // Debugging cron sending two emails
        add_shortcode( 'rookm_test_cron', array($this, 'rookm_test_cron_shortcode'));
        add_action('rookm_run_cronjob',array( $this, 'rookm_action_run_cronjob' ));
      }
      public function rookm_test_cron_shortcode() {
        $this->_log('------- in rookm_test_cron_shortcode ----------');
        $now = time();
        $this->_log('$now is ' . $now);
        wp_schedule_single_event($now+10,'rookm_run_cronjob');
        return 'ran';
      }
      public function rookm_action_run_cronjob() {
        $this->_log('-----------in rookm_action_run_cronjob');
        $this->_log('time() is ' . time());
        wp_mail('gabe@misura.org','test cron','body');
      }
    }

    Create a page and insert the shortcode to trigger everything.

    When I click the page, the log shows:

    04-May-2014 03:43:49 UTC] --- in rookm_test_cron_shortcode ----
    [04-May-2014 03:43:49 UTC] $now is 1399175029

    Then I load another page (this is a local dev env on my windows 7 machine, so no one else is accessing it) to trigger wp_cron....and the log shows:

    [04-May-2014 03:44:02 UTC] -----------in rookm_action_run_cronjob
    [04-May-2014 03:44:02 UTC] time() is 1399175042
    [04-May-2014 03:44:04 UTC] -----------in rookm_action_run_cronjob
    [04-May-2014 03:44:04 UTC] time() is 1399175044

    I spit out get_option('cron');
    which looks like this:

    [1399175039]=>
      array(1) {
        ["rookm_run_cronjob"]=>
        array(1) {
          ["40cd750bba9870f18aada2478b24840a"]=>
          array(2) {
            ["schedule"]=>
            bool(false)
            ["args"]=>
            array(0) {
            }
          }
        }
      }

    Refresh the cronlist a short bit later and its gone.

    So clearly the cron is getting added. Its getting scheduled, its getting executed, twice! And getting removed.

    I repeated the same thing with wp_schedule_event with the same results.

    I tried a bigger offset (time()+30 and time()+300) with the same results.

    I added a debug_backtrace and I can see both calls are the same, coming from wp_cron.

    This is a fresh install of WP3.9 with nothing else but my plugin and 2014 theme.

    I checked google and only found this:

    http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/124894/wp-schedule-single-event-running-twice

    which has no answers.

    Help!

  2. gmisura
    Member
    Posted 2 months ago #

  3. gmisura
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    Posted 2 months ago #

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