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[Plugin: WP-Crontrol] Understanding WP-Control

  • First off thanks for making this plugin available. I came across it
    because my shared host recently has been shutting down my site because
    I’m overloading their servers’ CPU. After investigating I found that
    it was my wordpress wp-cron that was causing this chaos.
    I’m hoping you can help shed some light on your plugin and how it
    interacts with the wp-cron.php file.
    I’ve loaded your plugin, have it working but just want to make sure I
    understand a few things first.

    1. If the wp-cron gets loaded every time someone hits my site, and
    say I get 2 hits within 1 minute of each other, wouldn’t the set
    intervals (see attachment) run kind of over-laping each other?
    2. If this is not the case, what would be a good interval to set
    based on my attached screenshot?

    If you could help that would be great.
    My host has shut my site down 3 times in the past week, and I’m
    getting a bit frustrated.



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