My Stream Is Not Updated (Grace)
For Flow-Flow Social Stream plugin, please follow this article.
Install WP Crontrol and check if
ffi_load_cache task is present in tasks list on Tools/Crontrol page (find it in WP admin sidebar menu).
If you see that its next run date is OK, please consider doing the next steps.
- Double check all authentication data and if you don’t see any errors on stream page (only admins see errors above stream container if they are present) and in admin check status of the stream (on streams list you will see exclamation mark if the stream has an error).
- Sometimes your server Cron is spammed by a lot of same tasks which can be an issue that prevents Flow-Flow updating task from functioning OK. Check for tasks with the same name in a list of tasks, for example, using Crontrol plugin.
- Sometimes you can reach your server capacity, and it can’t handle the current amount of streams. Try to switch plugin to WP wrapper for DB operations (if you have 1.4+ plugin version). Check here how to enable it.
If it’s scheduling is not OK like the date in the past, please ask support from your hosting provider. Tell them WP Cron is not working correctly.
It's not here
If you don’t see tasks you need to create custom interval in Settings/Cron Schedules with next fields:
Then go back to Tools/Crontrol and create a task
ffi_load_cache with empty arguments field and Once Minute schedule.
Previous steps didn't help
Please open the Wordpress configuration file
wp-config.php in text editor and add this line:
After that, wait some time and see if it helps.
Previous steps also didn't help
If feeds are updating manually, this means something is wrong with Cron. Possibly, it's an issue with WP wrapper for Cron, and you can try to use server-side Cron.
Please add this line to
wp-config.php file; it's specific for Grace:
and then add to server Cron jobs this command:
/usr/bin/curl -L -o /dev/null http://127.0.0.1/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=insta_flow_refresh_cache
replace 127.0.0.1 with your site URL.