It works fine as a network plugin give it a go. The interface will be accessible from the network admin only.
I’m getting the following error after the activation, when I view the plugin dashboard:
Notice: Undefined index: schedule in /home/w11781/domains/blog-demo.webattack.it/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wponlinebackup/include/scheduler.php on line 54
Notice: Undefined index: schedule in /home/w11781/domains/blog-demo.webattack.it/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wponlinebackup/include/admin.php on line 558
Notice: Undefined index: backup_filesystem in /home/w11781/domains/blog-demo.webattack.it/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wponlinebackup/include/admin.php on line 694
Did you use “Network Activate”?
I think this duplicates your other topic if you want to continue in that one instead?
Hi, yes it is network activated for sure (I use a plugin that tells me exactly which plugin/theme are network activated and which are for single sites only).
I don’t know if this is a duplicate of the other topic, because here I get Notices with different line errors, and not Warnings.
If you think we can merge the two issues, it’s ok for me, just let me know 🙂
Yes, let’s merge the issues here as they are the one and the same!
The condition for this problem is you have WP_DEBUG enabled, or PHP has error displaying enabled and WordPress wasn’t able to turn it off. So this is why the warnings are appearing for you. Normally they would be hidden.
It seems at some point in the last few versions we broke the schedule installation so the defaults were all blank! Can’t work out how this was missed, sorry. So it is only an issue for new installations.
I’ve fixed it in the dev version so you can try it out, I’ve tested it through and through so you can use it for now until we release it as 3.0.5 with some more fixes if we do some more soon.
Any more issues, please let me know I’ll work on them 🙂 thanks for reporting this one too.
I deleted the 3.0.4 and installed the dev version (debug mode is ON).
In the main page I still get the notices:
“Notice: Undefined index: schedule in /home/xxx/domains/xxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wponlinebackup/include/scheduler.php on line 54
Notice: Undefined index: schedule in /home/xxx/domains/xxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wponlinebackup/include/admin.php on line 558
Notice: Undefined index: backup_filesystem in /home/xxx/domains/xxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wponlinebackup/include/admin.php on line 694″
And I still get the same Warning when I change something in the general settings (set not to backup trash/spam, increased MBs, set to 3 months instead of 6):
“Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/xxx/domains/xxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wponlinebackup/include/scheduler.php:54) in /home/xxx/domains/xxx/public_html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 875”
So I disabled it!
Did you definitely download the dev version? Did you also definitely deactivate and delete using WordPress plugin page? (If you delete the files only it won’t fix the problem as the database info remains installed.)
This is a direct link if you want to try again to make sure:
I just tested it again now. Installed 3.0.4 and got this problem. Then deactivated it and deleted it using WordPress plugin page. Then installed the dev version. And everything was fine.
If you can’t deactivate or delete using the WordPress plugin page and need to upload via FTP. Just go to Schedule page and ignore the warnings, then enter “0” into hours and minutes boxes, then tick both Backup database and Backup filesystem, then make sure Perform to online vault is selected. Then click Save. All warnings will disappear.
OK I now used your last link to download the plugin (before I went to de Developer section so I don’t understand the difference) and it worked 🙂
I did a full encrypted (AES256) local backup, I get 1 error:
“Table ‘wp_signups’ has no PRIMARY or UNIQUE key! Backup of this table may be inconsistent; some rows could get missed. See FAQ for more information.” so I’m going to read the FAQ …
That message can generally be ignored. It is just sometimes plugins create tables with no way to uniquely reference rows which can, albeit rarely, make rows duplicate in the backup.
Really do like this plugin! I use it for all of my sites.
I was wondering though if all of my sub-domains’ data are being backed up as well. Does the plugin work with subdomains? abc.domain.com, def.domain.com, etc.
Yes it will backup all data in a multisite. We just backup the entire wordpress filesystem and database which will contain all the data for all subdomains.
If the sites are unique wordpress installations and not a multisite setup, you will need the plugin installed on each site though and backup separately.
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