Hidden Plugin Folders|Files Cron (HPF) – Requires too much attention
I have files here:
Since the latest BPS update, HPF Cron sends email alerts every fifteen minutes that I’ve got a problem. The files are not from hackers. They’re part of an old CiviCRM install that is still functioning with that folder structure. (New CiviCRM installs the “files” folder elsewhere.) But here, BPS sends an alert. Also, preferred zip files in the plugins folder are giving alerts. My working admin screen is continually below the fold due to a log of BPS admin notifications. This seems contradictory to good UI policy.
I have tried adding the various below directory structures to the “Ignore Hidden Plugin Folders and Files” text area and saving. Save, and everything seems okay. But in fifteen minutes I still get an alert. And they keep coming after that. FWIW, the default of every 15 minutes seems a bit too aggressive as a security policy.
/home/user/mysite.com/wp-content/plugins/files /wp-content/plugins/files wp-content/plugins/files files /files
I’ve turned off HPF Cron. I’d like to turn it back on again.
Obviously, none of these are the correct directory structure. It would have made sense to simply copy and paste the directory/file structure provided by BPS in the admin alerts. (Like the first line example in the code above.) I was wrong.
What’s the proper directory structure for the above files folder to stop HPF from sending me and other admins an email, stop taking up the above-the-fold admin area, but still allow me to re-engage HPF Cron? Also for an example zip file in the plugins folder?
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