Support » Plugin: Gitium » Tremendously SLLOOWWW activating/deactivating plugins

  • cfern87

    (@cfern87)


    hi,
    I have gitium on many of my sites. I just migrated a site from InMotionHosting to Cloudways and did my normal routine with gitium to get it to re-link to my repo.
    Now, every since doing that, I can’t manipulate any plugins whatsoever. When I try to activate/deactive, the site won’t load. The only way to fix this is to disable Gitium and everything runs fine.
    I’ve already tried wiping out my local repo and reinitializing it with the gitium plugin. The only thing I can think of is that it’s permission-related like it was in the previous issue I submitted.

    I’d love to find a resolution to this – I love and use gitium on all of my production sites and have woven it VERY tightly into my development workflow, and currently it’s causing problems on my main template.

    Let me know how I can help! Happy to provide any technical info you need.

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  • Plugin Author Presslabs

    (@presslabs)

    Hello and thanks for writing to us.

    To my knowledge, we haven’t encountered this kind of behavior until now. And from your message, I understand that your setup with Gitium works fine on InMotionHosting, but doesn’t work on Cloudways, which makes me think that it’s somehow host related.

    Do you have any kind of logs available that we could check in order to understand what is going on? Even if we can assume that it’s a permission issue, some details/logs would certainly speed the debugging up. Alternatively, would it be possible to give us some kind of access to the CloudWays setup in order to have a look as well?

    Looking forward to getting your reply!
    Pedro Dobrescu
    Presslabs Support Team

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