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  • Resolved Udegbunam Chukwudi


    About a week ago I had issues with my server overload after which I was told Jetpack was tasking the CPU. I ahd it removed for like 4 days after which I put it back again and deactivated most of the functions which I was really using

    Now the problem is I’ve noticed that unlike before when the Jetpack stats were like 10 – 20 page views below that of Google Analytics, it has now risen to over 300 page views difference

    Example Google Analytics recorded 135 page views yesterday while Jetpack recorded a whooping 576 page views. I had to upload another tracking script Woopra which gave me 100 page views leaving me with the opinion that the Jetpack tracking system is now flawed.

    Has anyone else experienced this too?

    P.S: I’m currently using Google Page Speed services. Could that have affected the Jetpack stats?

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  • Plugin Contributor Jeremy Herve


    Could you try to disable Google PageSpeed, and any plugins that may affect the way pages are cached and served on your site? If you find the culprit, please let me know!

    I’ve done as you suggested and disabled Google page speed. Will let you how things go after midnight.

    I disabled Wp Super cache yesterday and the tracking error persisted. So all that’s left is to see if Google page speed is the culprit.

    Good morning Jeremy. The stats reporting is back to normal so I guess Google Page Speed is to blame 🙁

    Hi there,

    have you reinstalled Google PageSpeed? I have just installed it myself and my stats have gone all wonky


    Plugin Contributor Jeremy Herve


    I am not too familiar with Google PageSpeed, but could you check if it is possible to exclude some of the libraries on your site from being cached?

    If that’s possible, you will want to exclude

    That makes the two of us 😀
    Anyway, I have sent an email to the Google guys… let’s see what they say 🙂

    U just added to the List of URLs served without any optimizations (blacklist) section under Configure rewriters. I’ll let you guys know how it goes later on

    OK, I have done the same… let’s see what happens now. I am still waiting to hear from the Google guys.

    Jeremy, I don’t know if
    is the same as
    but http:// was added by Google itself.

    No… it didn’t seem to have worked… I am going to write to the Google people again. Let’s see if they come up with something this time.

    Confirmed! The problem persists. 🙁

    Let’s hope the Google guys come up with something, otherwise we are quite stuck 🙁

    Plugin Contributor Jeremy Herve


    Could you let me know your site URL, so I can have a look at how the Stats tracking code now looks like on your site?

    Also, it’d be great if you could let me know when you receive a reply from Google. They might know how to fix this issue.

    mine is

    Plugin Contributor Jeremy Herve


    @Chukwudi Emmanuel Udegbunam The problem might have another source on your site: I’m not able to access your site’s XML-RPC file:

    Jetpack uses this file to communicate with, and right now this connection seems to be broken. Could you check that the file is still there at the root of your WordPress installation?
    If it is, could you deactivate any security plugins that may block access to this file? Lastly, could you try to exclude this page from being cached by Google PageSpeed?

    @arka1 What happens if you exclude the JS file, instead of the whole subdomain?

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