Display a warning in the admin if cron tasks fail due to blocked HTTP requests — at Version 9
|Reported by:||prb22public@…||Owned by:|
|Component:||Cron API||Keywords:||dev-feedback has-patch|
Description (last modified by SergeyBiryukov)
I recently upgraded my very simple WP site to 3.5 where the following was in use:
Theme: Twenty Eleven
Plugins: None Activated
I have been completely unable to submit a post for publishing in a future date, when the time occurs, I get a "missed schedule" message.
The schedule entry in cron is as follows:
Next due (GMT/UTC): Jan 4, 2013 @ 11:28 (1357298880) Schedule: One-off event Hook: publish_future_post Arguments: : 358
Increasing the timeout value in cron.php has made no difference.
I will need to remain on a lower release until this is fixed or a diagnosis "kit" is made available.
I am not using any software other that WP produced at this point and feel that the lack of wp-cron documentation and support in the public domain leaves alot of people clocking many hours googling in desperation...
Make a difference in 2013 and get 3.5 development priorities to de-mystify the methods of fixing wp-cron please :o)
Change History (10)
comment:3 @prb22public@… — 3 years ago
- Keywords dev-feedback added; needs-patch reporter-feedback removed
comment:8 @SergeyBiryukov — 3 years ago
- Keywords needs-patch added
- Summary changed from wp-cron fails to schedule posts to Display a warning in the admin if cron tasks fail due to blocked HTTP requests
- Type changed from defect (bug) to enhancement