[wp-testers] Scheduling on Plesk
george at gpearce.co.uk
Wed Jun 4 23:08:34 GMT 2008
The two test installations have nothing installed at all. They are complete
The production one is running adserve, audio player. FLV embed, maintenance
mode, post thumb revisited, quicktime embed, star rating for reviews,
wp-Email, wp-super-cache, and youtube brackets.
George at GPearce.co.uk
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Sent: 04 June 2008 23:58
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Subject: Re: [wp-testers] Scheduling on Plesk
What plugins do you have installed and activated? I had this problem a
while ago and it was a problem with one of my plugins which was
throwing a fatal PHP error when performing an action on the save_post
hook (which gets called when a future dated post moves from draft to
On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 11:44 PM, George Pearce <george at gpearce.co.uk> wrote:
> Hey Everyone
> I've been testing the new Wordpress trunk on a Plesk server, and I've
> noticed that scheduling posts on two Plesk servers (one on the other side
> the world from the other) doesn't work. The system counts down, and says "
> post in 10 minutes" or something, but at crunch time, it just doesn't
> the status. Then, 10 minutes after the post is due to have been published,
> it says "posting 10 minutes from now" and continues to increase as time
> This also appears to be a problem with 2.5.1 and 2.5, and I've checked
> various things, it just refuses to work for me.
> Is this a bug, or me being an idiot?
> George Pearce
> George at GPearce.co.uk
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