[resolved] Request: Queueing in WordPress (10 posts)

  1. ivalegre
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hi. I just want to ask an improvement. It's queueing. There are plugins, but only one of them works. And it's a cr*p. My weblog hung very often, and my database grows from 5MB to 21 in only two weeks (that 5 MB are from 9 months).

    Please, add that function. It's the only thing I want from Tumblr.

    Thank you!!

  2. Queuing? You mean scheduling posts?

  3. ivalegre
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Auto-scheduling posts

  4. For anyone else who (like me) knows sod all about Tumblr: http://tumblring.net/adding-posts-to-the-queue-in-tumblr/

    So okay. Yeah. WordPress doesn't do that with an automated function, you have to actually decide when you want the next post published via the scheduler.

    I can almost promise you that WordPress won't build this in. It seems against the grain of what they've got.

    Which plugins have you tried?

  5. ivalegre
    Posted 5 years ago #

    The first is this:

    That is who make my db grows 400% :)

    The second is:

    That actually to me, doesn't work

    Thank you Ipstenu for the help

  6. I wonder if the first one would work better if you turned off (or limited) post revisions.

    Add this to your wp-config.php file (ABOVE the 'stop editing here' line) to turn them off:
    define('WP_POST_REVISIONS', false);

    Or to limit:
    define('WP_POST_REVISIONS', 2);

    where 2 is the number of revisions you want to keep.

  7. ivalegre
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Thank you so much.
    I'm going to try it now.

  8. FYI, to clean up post revisions in your database you can run this SQL command:

    delete from wp_posts where post_type = "revision";

    I don't know of any other way to do it.

  9. ivalegre
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Ohhh. Awesome ipstenu. Now my db is only 3.7 MB. I don't know how to say THANK YOU.

    I tried disabling post revisions, and my database stop growing (in a bad way), but the plugin is so unstable that is impossible to keep it in a public blog.

    I've discovered what was wrong in the second plugin:

    And there is somethings to fix, but for now is working!. This only changes the publishing date on new/edited posts. To make it work i had to has something waiting to be published.

    Request no longer needed.
    Thank you Ipstenu!!

  10. robinberghuys
    Posted 5 years ago #

    If you're still looking for an answer, try this. It works pretty well.

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