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Might be a bad question but im unable to solve it right now.

My WP_cron executes on the starting point but doesn't seem to perform afterwards.

My functions.php code is:

 add_action( 'my_scheduled_event', 'prefix_my_scheduled_event' );

 if(!wp_next_scheduled('my_scheduled_event')){
   $timestamp = strtotime( '2017-09-28 12:05:00' ); 
   $recurrence = 'twicedaily';
   $hook = 'my_scheduled_event';
   wp_schedule_event( $timestamp, $recurrence, $hook );
 }

Additionaly i have added this line to wp-config.php to make it work in the first place.

 define('ALTERNATE_WP_CRON', true);

Any suggestions are welcome.

  • Despite its name, wp_cron doesn't operate exactly like cron on a server. It only gets triggered if and when someone visits the website. Is it possible that it wasn't triggered because there were no visits? – FluffyKitten Sep 29 '17 at 10:45
  • no im afraid in the time in question i had over 900 page views – Artem Ankudovich Sep 29 '17 at 11:05
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This can happen if your server is overloaded on a shared host. Check your server logs or resource use in c-panel. It can also be limited by your host depending on the server configuration.

  • Dedicated hosting in place no limits at all in place as all managed by ourselves. – Artem Ankudovich Sep 29 '17 at 17:56

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