Miniorange Plugin disables WP-Cron Jobs
Hello, I have a problem as execution of cron jobs does not work when the miniorange-plugin is enabled. I have the WordPress “Login with OAuth ( OAuth Client )” installed Version 31.2.3. Do I need to update? With the plugin disabled everything works – (I talk about WordPress “Crons”, not the cron jobs on my server). The “Advanced Cron Manager”-Plugin gives me an error “wrong-nonce”, with Miniorange enabled. Thanks KlausKlaus Rascher
Great thanks.I get errors with WP Health Check as well: The REST Api returns Error: (0) cURL error 28: Operation timed out after 10001 milliseconds with 0 bytes received. Same error with: Loopback Request. Kind Regards KlausKlaus Rascher
Hello, the Application is set to: Keycloak, the Redirect / Callback URL is: https://my.apis.tools, Auto register users is “activated”, there are custom redirects after login and logout to https://my.apis.tools. The whole website is not restricted to logged in users (this is a checkbox, it is unchecked), as it still is in development. I have some other plugins activated concerning user access “advanced Access Manager” and “Plainview Protect Passwords”. But disabling these plugins does nothing, disabling the miniorange-plugin solves all of the reported errors: REST-Api and Cron work.
You could have access to my backend, if you inform me about your email, I will send the credentials.
Regards KlausKlaus Rascher
Hello, the version of your plugin is “Login with OAuth ( OAuth Client )” installed Version 31.2.3. I see in the “read-me” this has been tested up to WordPress 4.9. I also read in Internet-Blogs, that the cron-Api of WordPress changed in WP 5.1. So I figure you would have to update the plugin. Thanks KlausKlaus RascherKlaus Rascher
Hello Kalpesh, I hope you received all you need for access to our website. Yours KlausKlaus Rascher# 3 weeks ago
Hello, what you did is: you completly locked me out of my Admin-Backend. Thank you for the service. It seems you don’t know what you’re doing. I will not use miniorange any longer.Sven Adam# 2 weeks, 3 days ago
similar problem here. I use WP Security and 2FA from mini orange and found 2FA to be the culprit for a REST API error that leads to a cURL error.
Please take a look, I am on a paid plan.