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  • Moderator Jose Castaneda



    Not sure if you seen this:

    May be something to consider.

    Curios what your server setup up may be; I’m tempted to try something like that for documentation. 🙂


    Thank you for the response. I saw the thread you linked to before posting my question. But I’m not developing an application. I’m using an application (the application that is given as an example in that thread) to post to my WordPress blog. And while I can post to my blog, I’m not able to post to my self hosted blog.

    What do you want to know about my server setup? I can provide some more info if needed 🙂

    Here is some updates:

    I removed the Jetpack plugin and then removed both the blog and the database related to that blog. I also asked the team to remove my blog from the “My Blogs” list.

    Then I reinstalled WordPress 3.9. And without doing any customizations I installed the Jetpack plugin. And tried the authorization again. And I got the same error:

    WordPress database error Duplicate entry 'jetpack_nonce_1398281569_wuvqhWnORT' for key 'option_name' for query INSERT INTO 'pib_options' ('option_name', 'option_value', 'autoload') VALUES ('jetpack_nonce_1398281569_wuvqhWnORT', '1398281577', 'no') made by do_action('login_form_jetpack_json_api_ '), call_user_func_array, Jetpack->login_form_json_api_authorization, Jetpack->verify_json_api_authorization_request, Jetpack->add_nonce

    In short, this happens on a clean WordPress + Jetpack installation…

    Moderator Jose Castaneda



    What steps did you take? I was able to create a post with a clean install of both Jetpack and WP. I used a subdomain, though.

    -My steps:
    1. install WP
    2. install Jetpack
    3. Connect to
    4. Authorize self-hosted
    5. edit publish site to field
    6. New window pops up asking to connect to and what blog to connect to

    Have you talked to your hosting company about this?


    The steps you followed are exactly the same as my steps. The only difference is (as you mentioned) that I install to a subfolder.

    I tried a fresh installation on a subdomain after your post. And it works. No problems at all. So, there is probably something fishy with subfolder installations? I don’t know. But I’m happy with my subdomain installation. Thank you very much for your help/support. Perhaps developers would like to create a ticket to investigate this issue further, but it’s solved from my point of view. I have a working installation.

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