Support » Plugin: WP Crontrol » CRONS Run but do not Show in Plugin

  • Resolved dimalifragis

    (@dimalifragis)


    Hello.

    I run WP 5.7 with PHP 7.3. I see several CRONS running every 10-20 seconds but they do not show in Crontrol for some reason.

    Any ideas why and what they can be? Are there any kind of CRONS that possibly do not show? From some plugins?

    Thanks

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  • Plugin Author John Blackbourn

    (@johnbillion)

    WordPress Core Developer

    Which cron events are they? What are you using to see them running?

    Thread Starter dimalifragis

    (@dimalifragis)

    Hello.

    I run Ninja Firewall

    https://www.wordpress.org/plugins/ninjafirewall/

    and i see them (realtime) in statistics. Like all connections etc etc.

    They are like this:

    [01/Apr/21:09:52:46 +0200] – 173.***.***.** “POST /wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1617263566.7699809074401855468750” “https://www. website . com/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1617263566.7699809074401855468750” “WordPress/5.7; https://www . website . com” “-” “www . website . com”

    several every 10-20 or more seconds.

    Plugin Author John Blackbourn

    (@johnbillion)

    WordPress Core Developer

    These are access logs, they don’t necessarily mean that a WordPress cron event runs every time it gets accessed.

    You should look into what is triggering these requests. It might be a rogue plugin, or it might be an external script or a server-side cron event.

    If you don’t have cron events that are scheduled with a recurrence of 20 seconds then it looks like something is incorrectly triggering the cron spawner in WordPress. Unfortunately WP Crontrol can’t help with that, that’s not what it’s designed for.

    Thread Starter dimalifragis

    (@dimalifragis)

    Got it. I was thinking i could find what is triggering those CRONs.

    It is not an external script or Cpanel cron.

    Maybe some plugin.

    Thank you very much for the answers.

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