Support » Plugin: XO Featured Image Tools » How much memory?

  • attiqfsd

    (@attiqfsd)


    Hi,

    Thanks for this plugin. I have a few questions before I install this plugin on the live site.

    I have 100,000 Posts. Many of which are missing featured image. Can you tell me how much RAM will this plugin use?

    Can I run some posts every hour? Using cron or something else? Because I am sure the server will crash if I run this on 100000 posts.

    Do the feature images stay when the plugin is removed?

    And Does it work fine with cache plugins?

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  • Plugin Author ishitaka

    (@ishitaka)

    Hi,

    I have 100,000 Posts. Many of which are missing featured image. Can you tell me how much RAM will this plugin use?

    Since it is processed by Ajax one by one, I think that it works even if the number of cases is large. However, the processing speed is slow. In my test environment, processing 2000 out of 100,000 took about 76 minutes.

    Can I run some posts every hour? Using cron or something else? Because I am sure the server will crash if I run this on 100000 posts.

    I don’t use wp-cron. There is no function to run hourly.

    Do the feature images stay when the plugin is removed?

    This plugin only sets the featured image. Even if you delete the plugin, the image of interest in the post will remain the same.

    And Does it work fine with cache plugins?

    I think it works, though it depends on the cache plugin.
    Testing with the WP Super Cache plugin worked fine.

    Thread Starter attiqfsd

    (@attiqfsd)

    I used this plugin but the images are not showing. I only see blank feature images.

    The actual URL of the images are working, but WordPress back end only showing default gray page image.

    How do I remove the feature image entries that this plugin added to database?

    Plugin Author ishitaka

    (@ishitaka)

    This plugin only sets the Featured image. Nothing else will be changed.

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