Support » Plugin: WP-DBManager » Automatic Scheduling not working

  • Like you said on Started to not back up weekly I’d installed the WP Control and I can see three process:
    dbmanager_cron_backup [] 2013/10/18 15:10:32 (2 hours 1 minute) 1 day
    dbmanager_cron_optimize [] 2013/10/18 13:07:32 (now) 3 days
    dbmanager_cron_repair [] 2013/10/18 15:09:32 (2 hours) 2 weeks

    I’d tried to change the schedule time or run manually, from the plugin, but doesn’t work. If I do the manually back up, works fine.

    I have installed this plugin on others websites and everything works without any problem.

    Thanks a lot for your help.

    Kind regards.

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  • Plugin Author Lester Chan


    Hmm, WordPress cron is a tricky one to debug, but since your manual backup works fine, the backing up processing should not be a problem.

    How about deactivate and activate the plugin again, then set the schedule from DBManager

    No 🙁

    I’d tried to deactivate it and delete it, but not work. Always take the actual time and date schelude.

    Plugin Author Lester Chan


    When you first set the schedule, it will take the actual time and date, so the cron will run creating the backup and the next schedule will be the one you actually set.

    I’d tried to add on functions.php do_action(‘dbmanager_cron_backup’) and works, but the schelude don’t update 🙁

    But if I press Run Now on WP Control, doesn’t work.

    I’d tried to delete the cron events and create them again… doesn’t work.

    Any idea?

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