Whenever I upgrade to a newer release of WP, I experience slowness in WP when I am editing/saving posts. Anything that requires an answer from WP takes forever…. until I edit CRON.PHP
I found it somewhere on this forum, and it works every time. I search in WP-INCLUDES/CRON.PHP for the line:
$argyle = @ fsockopen( $parts[‘host’], $port, $errno, $errstr, 0.01 );
and I replace it with:
$argyle = @ fsockopen( $parts[‘scheme’].’://’.$parts[‘host’], $_SERVER[‘SERVER_PORT’], $errno, $errstr, 0.01 );
and responses return to normal. Now this fix has been around for a while, and I was wondering: Why it is not implemented in the worked over CRON.PHP of the new WP versions? There might be a very good reason for that and maybe I am taking a chance here.
Can anyone shed some light on this? Thanks in advance,
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