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  • vahost

    (@vahost)



    An error keeps popping up in my error_log file:

    [31-Jan-2017 17:10:33 UTC] AdmiralAnalytics: Error proxying: {“code”:28,”str”:”Timeout was reached”,”type”:”curl”,”debug”:”* Resolving timed out after 3513 milliseconds\n* Closing connection 0\n”}

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  • Plugin Author Admiral

    (@getadmiral)

    @vahost, Would you be able to provide us with your URL, we’re going to look into the issue and see what’s going on.

    You can also email Support@GetAdmiral.com or go to http://www.GetAdmiral.com and we can have a live support chat there.

    vahost

    (@vahost)

    Message sent to support@getadmiral.com.

    Plugin Author Admiral

    (@getadmiral)

    @vahost, we’re looking into it now. We’ll get back shortly. Thank you.

    I’m finding similar entries in my error logs:

    mod_fcgid: stderr: AdmiralAnalytics: Error proxying: {“code”:6,”str”:””,”type”:”curl”,”debug”:”* name lookup timed out\\n* Couldn’t resolve host ‘owlsr.us’\\n* Closing connection #0\\n”}

    The errors go all the way back to February when I installed this plugin.

    Any ideas on what is causing this please and how I should remedy the issue?

    Thank you,
    LL

    I ran debug and logged it for the past 20 hours. This is what is posted to the log several times – hopefully this gives you more insight to the error issue I posted above last night:

    PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant CURL_SSLVERSION_TLSv1 – assumed ‘CURL_SSLVERSION_TLSv1’ in /var/www/vhosts/example.com/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/admiral-adblock-suite/AdmiralAdBlockAnalytics.php on line 286

    EDITED TO ADD:
    Just noticed one instance of this posted on the debug log:
    AdmiralAnalytics: Error proxying: {“code”:6,”str”:””,”type”:”curl”,”debug”:”* name lookup timed out\n* Couldn’t resolve host ‘owlsr.us’\n* Closing connection #0\n”}

    It is same as what is posted repeatedly in my server error logs.

    Thank you,
    LL

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    Another issue with this plugin is that it is constantly making calls to the /wp-includes/js/ folder looking for non-existent randomly named php files. Each time this happens it throws a 404, hangs the page load and fires a status code 500 internal server error.

    This plugin is groovy in concept. I really would like to track the volume of visitors running ad blockers . . . but I’ve just deleted your plugin. It causes too many errors on the server and severely hangs up pageload. Top that with no response to support posts for over 2 weeks and it’s a no-go.

    LL

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