• Resolved iainlaird

    (@iainlaird)


    I am not techy (I am a retired lawyer). I activated your plugin yesterday and like it very much. But today CPanel is showing excessive usage on CPU and Account executions. My host says it is caused by:
    29 /wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron
    27 /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=wp_1_wc_regenerate_images&nonce=b2cfb29af8
    1 /wp-content/uploads/woocommerce_uploads
    1 /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=wp_1_wc_privacy_cleanup&nonce=84bc474092
    1 /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=as_async_request_queue_runner&nonce=e051beb5bc
    1 /product-category/other-vehicles-and-machinery/early-buses-and-trams-1863-1919
    1 /product-category/early-motor-cars/veteran-motor-cars/
    Is it possible any of these – esp. admin-ajax.php – is associated with Allow HTML in Category Descriptions?
    Just checking?
    Thank you.

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  • Plugin Author Arno Esterhuizen

    (@arnoesterhuizen)

    Hi, Iain

    I don’t think it’s likely that the plugin is causing this kind of behavior, but there’s a couple of things I can check to confirm. The plugin just prevents WordPress from stripping HTML from the category descriptions on saving, so once you’ve updated your descriptions you could disable the plugin again, and the descriptions would still work until you edit them again.

    From the debugging code you’ve posted, it seems like the problem is somewhere in your admin panels, but it could be something that was pasted into your descriptions that could cause this.

    Could you post the code you pasted into the “Veteran Motor Cars” category description here, and I can try and see if there’s anything strange there?

    The main culprit seems to be a scheduled task that is regenerating images. Do you have a scheduler plugin installed, or a gallery generation plugin?

    Chat soon
    Arno

    Plugin Author Arno Esterhuizen

    (@arnoesterhuizen)

    Hi, Iain

    I found this post from a couple of years ago, complaining about woo commerce causing problems on some hosts when images get resized. https://wordpress.org/support/topic/high-cpu-usage-when-swtiching-theme/

    Have you uploaded a large number of images recently? And do you use woocommerce? You may need to upgrade to the latest version and see if that improves the situation, too, in addition to the previous suggestions.

    Thanks
    Arno

    Plugin Author Arno Esterhuizen

    (@arnoesterhuizen)

    I haven’t heard back from you around this yet, but feel free to reopen the issue if it isn’t resolved yet.

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