Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » Host disabled this plugin due to huge resource usage

  • My hosting company just disabled this plugin on one of my sites due to huge resource usage that was bringing down the entire shared server. They said “there is a plugin located in wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar that is holding open several hundred Apache connections without letting them go. As a result of this, the Apache web server on your server is not able to serve any other sites on the server at all.” Any insight on this? I have the same plugin on other sites without it causing the same issues, as far as I can tell. There is nothing unique about the way the plugin is set up on this site.

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  • I’m having the same problem. It started in the last 24 hours. When I deactivate the plugin, instead of the CPU reaching 100/100 (maxed out) all the time, it vasalates between 32/100 and 100/100.

    Charmedia, did you find a solution yet?

    Thread Starter charmmedia

    (@charmmedia)

    @laptophobo No, haven’t found a solution, and I will definitely NOT be using this plugin going forward. There are other free calendar plugins available that don’t cause entire servers to crash. On this particular site I have left the plugin disabled and am waiting for the client to decide what they want to do.

    Thanks for getting back to me. It is too bad that replacing the Time.ly plugin with another may be my only solution here. The folks at Time.ly aren’t responding to this problem which might be wide-spread by now.

    Can I ask how you transfered your event posts from Time.ly to the new event plugin?

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