Support » Plugin: Force Refresh » big problem with server and refresh

  • Resolved mrg14071972

    (@mrg14071972)


    hi , i try you plugin yesterday and from this time my site is down !! the hits from the users browsers its to many and continuously !
    I deactivate the plugin but the problem continues …. i make a restore to my site one day back , the plugin ok disappears but somehow the request from users browsers its still coming !!!

    can you please help me ?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author jordanleven

    (@jordanleven)

    mrg14071972,

    If Force Refresh is deactivated, it is simply impossible that this plugin is responsible for requiring users to refresh their browsers.

    Upon looking at your site, it doesn’t appear that Force Refresh is activated. If you are experiencing unexpected traffic to your site, I’d recommend using a tool like Google Analytics to see where traffic is originating from in addition to using a caching system like Nginx or Varnish.

    Thread Starter mrg14071972

    (@mrg14071972)

    i had to deleted three pages from my website where the players were and they were also the ones for which the server was taking a thousand strokes causing it to crash .
    I don’t know how your plugin works but if the streaming music data consider as new content maybe this sause the problem !
    We have thousand listeners at the same time everyday for many years and the problem came up when i instal you plug in and push the force refresh button !
    I really need a refresh plugin that’s why i try yours but i don’t know why… something going wrong !
    We don’t find any solution to the problem so its not resolved , we just delete the plugin .

    Plugin Author jordanleven

    (@jordanleven)

    It sounds like the issue may be in your player or another unresolved issue with your site. The way this plugin works is by requiring the browser to refresh (window.reload()) so it’d be no different than if a user manually refreshed their browser. Considering that your issue persisted after you deactivated Force Refresh, I am certain the issue is unrelated to this plugin.

    Thread Starter mrg14071972

    (@mrg14071972)

    …/admin-ajax.php?action=force_refresh_get_version&post_id=2330

    Thousand hits from this link ( the player page ) , i deleted and the hits continues so i make also and redirection to a page outside of my site .

    fyi

    Plugin Author jordanleven

    (@jordanleven)

    mrg14071972,

    That’s the URL that the page would reach out for to check for the current version based on the interval you set into the settings page. If you have 100 concurrently-connected users, it’ll hit that endpoint 100 times per interval settings. If you have 10,000 concurrently-connected users, it’ll hit that endpoint 100 times per interval settings.

    I’m not sure what confounding issue the player is causing here, but hitting that endpoint is expected behavior (that’s the way that the plugin gets the current version).

    Hi, I have a similar problem

    Even after deactivating/deleting the plugin I still see thousands of calls to:
    /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=force_refresh_get_version&post_id=

    What was the solution for this?

    Plugin Author jordanleven

    (@jordanleven)

    The above issue was with a layer of cacheing in the site that the use needed to clear. It is not possible for this plugin to continue to execute calls after being deactivated unless there is a cache.

    Thread Starter mrg14071972

    (@mrg14071972)

    i had to deleted three pages from my website where the players were and they were also the ones which the server was taking a thousand strokes causing it to crash and i make a new ones with similar names .

    ( …/admin-ajax.php?action=force_refresh_get_version&post_id=2330 )

    I make also and redirection to a page outside of my site for the deleted pages !

    Plugin Author jordanleven

    (@jordanleven)

    Since it is not possible for this plugin to continue to execute calls after being deactivated unless there is a cache, it is likely there is another confounding variable here. What is the player you’re talking about here, and what is the URL of the website with the issue?

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