Support » Plugin: All in One SEO » PHP Fatal error after update to 3.4.3

  • Resolved br3t

    (@br3t)


    Hello. Error is:

    PHP Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /var/www/domains/www.example.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/inc/schema/aioseop-context.php on line 901

    Error occurs on some category pages only (e.g. /cat/ and /cat/page/2 are ok, but /cat/page/3 throws error).
    I don’t remember which plugin version I had before, I’ve downloaded version 3.5.5 and error disappeared.

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  • Plugin Support wpsmort

    (@wpsmort)

    @br3t We haven’t received any other reports of this fatal error so it’s specific to your site. Please contact us here https://semperplugins.com/contact/ so we can help you. Please choose Plugin support and paste the URL of this forum post in the License Key field.

    I just landed here from google. Exact same issue.

    We have an exceptionally large site 10K plus posts and 3k plus pages. Not sure if that has anything to do with it.

    PHP Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /var/www/domains/www.example.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/inc/schema/aioseop-context.php on line 901

    'url' => $context->get_url(),

    We have fatal errors hidden but it is causing many long loads and strain on our server.

    Plugin Support wpsmort

    (@wpsmort)

    @vestaxpdx Please contact us here https://semperplugins.com/contact/ so we can help you. Please choose Plugin support and paste the URL of this forum post in the License Key field.

    Plugin Support wpsmort

    (@wpsmort)

    @br3t and @vestaxpdx We did have someone respond to us and so we were able to troubleshoot this. We found that the problem was caused by a plugin that had added post_parent to a non-hierarchical post type such as Posts. As post_parent is not a valid WP Object, this causes problems when querying the post object.

    This is not something we can reproduce here because we don’t know what plugin caused this in the first place. There’s no reason to add post_parent to a non-hierarchical post type. The very concept of parent child makes something hierarchical.

    We’ve got a patch for this very rare situation which will be released next week. However, you should be aware of the cause, because this can affect other plugins so you may run into it again in the future.

    vestaxpdx

    (@vestaxpdx)

    @wpsmort Thank you for the update. I ended up disabling ‘Use Schema.org Markup’ which fixed the issue for me as we do not use it anyway.

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