Support » Plugin: MailPoet - emails and newsletters in WordPress » Multiple Siteground CPU Exceded by Mailpoet scripts

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  • Looks like the latest update released today has fixed the issue, I am testing it now.

    Yes! I would like to try it, but my server is down 🙁

    I will post an update in two hours when my server logs are updated

    it seems to be OK, hoping for the best.

    I will try it tomorrow evening… Thanks so much!

    Okay it is fixed. That said i would rather be able to set a proper cron scheduler rather than use site visits as it would cut down resource usage a lot more. So Mailpoet please give us back this ability.

    misdietasparaadelgazar

    (@misdietasparaadelgazar)

    Pues yo instale la version 3.6.3 y sigue consumiendo toda la CPU hasta que me bloquea el hosting, por favor hagan algo, llevo una semana con mailpoet desconectado y otras aplicaciones vinculadas a el, no puedo esperar más y no me gustaría cambiarlo todo

    Same here, I can’t active the plugin because if I do, my site goes down, even with the last update.

    I set cron jobs correctly… If you need something like logins, etc, that could help to resolve this, you can contact with me.

    Thanks a lot!

    I have been trying to implement Mailpoet3 + Siteground for some three months now.
    Initially all seemed well – but the CPU overrun issue has recurred.
    I have updated to the latest release and switched from using the user driven option on Siteground to mailing via Gmail.

    Yet again the site has been taken down due to CPU overrun!
    Clearly the latest plugin release does not fix the problem.

    Mailpoet offers significant advantages due to its integration with WP.
    However, unless this problem is resolved quickly, I will have to resort to an alternative solution.

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