High sql usage got me banned on my shared server
Thanks for the email and sorry you are having issues with the sql queries. The Event Aggregator is designed to function properly on all types of hosting plans including shared hosting so lets see what can find out. First, can you share your system info in a private reply?
Thanks for looking into this. I also see quite a few other threads about this subject and all appear within the last couple of weeks, so it feels like its a new release related vs the number of events.
Yes, I have about 3500 events stretching back a few years, but this really seems to be connected to when EA runs.
When I disable EA Imports, there are no usage alarms or anything for days, until I turn on EA imports.
sidenote: Is there a plugin or sql that will archive events after X date? but not the venue or organizer?
Just turned EA back on, and it seems to have gone through all the imports that hadnt run since I had it on a week ago. However, no new events were imported, and getting a high failure rate that the “EA server has blocked your request”
Just noticed that the Scheduled Imports tab is showing that they ran ok and even show new events, but the History tab is showing the request was blocked?
- This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by dswiese.
There’s nothing in the plugin itself that will do a mass cleanup of that, but some of my colegues had a good experience with Bulk Delete plugin.
It allows you to select a specific post type (in this case tribe_events) and add parameters for which posts to remove.
Please backup your database before doing any bulk event cleanup.
Could you please let us know if it is happening with scheduled imports or one-time imports? For scheduled imports, are you able to manually run the import with no errors?
Are you getting that error with all import sources or just some?
Could you please confirm this by going to Events > Help and under Event Aggregator System Status see what the status of your connection is ?
If everything seems fine on that side of things, could you please try the following: delete your EA key from your wp-admin > Events > Settings and save, then disconnect your old license from https://theeventscalendar.com/license-keys/, and after that re-enter your license again in your wp-admin settings?
Do you notice any changes? Let us know how that goes.
Brenden – Everything shows connected in HELP, and I did do the license key disconnect and reconnect.
I still have days worth of FB imports (scheduled and manual) that appear to run, but are always 0 new events, even when I know there are new events added to the pages.
The manual imports dont show the import running anymore. usually there is a pending, then it shows it working display. At the moment they immediately go to Finished with zero imports.
Do you all have a way to see a request from my domain and how it gets handled on the EA server on your side?
What debug can I provide?
Please enable WP_DEBUG and WP_DEBUG_LOG (which will create a file on your server at /wp-content/debug.log if there are any WP_DEBUG messages) and share any debug messages you see while trying to replicate this issue and doing other things on your site relevant to this ticket.
Send me what errors you are receiving and also I would completely remove the EA plugin and reinstall it before doing this just in case there is a corrupted file.
Should I be able to use the built in events debug logger?
I have had it running for several days, but it hasn’t produced anything, but also I have had zero FB imports.
I do have an import from another EC website, that seems to be working just fine.
My next steps are to reinstall the plugins from scratch, and probably go through the “event clean up process” while I am at it.