Support » Plugin: MyCurator Content Curation » MyCurator Cron Schedules are being removed.

  • Resolved jamesmcboom


    Processing Status

    MyCurator checks for new articles in: 7 hours 31 minutes
    – MyCurator Cron Schedules are being removed, so MyCurator can only run every 12 hours.

    Hi Mark,

    I am getting this above message. I have disabled all plugins and still no change to it.

    I have set my wp-cron as disabled, and have created a new one on my own server with this cron to test.

    */1 * * * * sudo -u daemon -s /bin/sh -c "cd /opt/bitnami/apps/wordpress/htdocs; /opt/bitnami/php/bin/php -q wp-cron.php"

    I am not getting any errors from the new serverside cron, so I guess its running, but I still have nothing new in my training posts even tho my feeds are updating so should be populating new posts right?

    Any help?

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  • Also, running the AI manually, doesn’t seem to update the training posts also.

    Plugin Author mtilly


    Check the Logs menu item to see what is happening. If you go to the Logs menu item you will see each item found by MyCurator and its source. You can check that an article may have been found but is not displayed because of how your Topic is set up, you will see messages as to what is happening. At the top left you can choose Error from the drop down marked Article and then click Select Filter. See if there are any errors. Finally select Process from the same drop down and click Select Filter and see if the background process has tried to run. You can send me screen shots of these if you want using the contact us page on our site.

    Plugin Author mtilly


    The schedules could also be removed by your theme. A plugin, wp crontrol, will let you see schedules and let you add them. You could use that to check what schedules are availble.

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