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Snapshot Backup causing errors in cron.php

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  • Plugin Author Jay Versluis

    @versluis

    It’s got me stumped, I haven’t seen this error before and can’t reproduce it at my end. cron.php is a WordPress core file.

    Tell me, are you calling a real cron job from your server or are you relying on on the WordPress Cron function (i.e. not added anything special to your setup)? Have you upgraded from an earlier version?

    hplunkett, i was getting the same error after upgrading to the latest version. I couldn’t access the Admin due to the errors. I deleted the snapshot folder in the plugins directory and all errors are gone.

    I got the same error. I did not update I just installed snapshot yesterday, filled out the ftp details and did one snapshot.
    Next day I could not login, but I recognizes that there where 10 more backups made over night….

    I am not calling any Cron jobs from the server… This is all just a default install with WP 3.3.1 using any RocketTheme theme with Gantry framework.

    Please let me know what you need from me to be able to reproduce the error.

    Plugin Author Jay Versluis

    @versluis

    Hi hplunkett,

    Since I can’t reproduce this problem at my end I’d probably need admin access to your site just to have a look, however even then I doubt that I can fix it. Maybe one of the many other excellent backup solutions will work better for you – sorry it’s not working out for you.

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