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[Resolved] wp-cron.php causing too many compute cycles

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  • Caspar

    @friendlyghost

    Hi uz9mm,

    in version 3.0.6 of BackWPup you can go to BackWPup->Settings->Jobs and try a different option for “Reduce server load”.

    Thanks!!! Updating manually now (was having issues updating, puts my site into maintenance mode for a good 15 minutes, FYI).

    Caspar

    @friendlyghost

    Thanks for the info about maintenance mode.

    Yeah, I was using ManageWP to automate updates across all my sites, it kept failing. I had to individually deactivate each plugin (v. 3.0.5) to update, then reactivate, which was then successful.

    Thanks for this plugin, it’s by far the best backup tool I’ve used! 🙂

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