Windows Task Stopped and Only Ran PHP for 1 Second

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Windows Task Stopped and Only Ran PHP for 1 Second

Postby StuckinWindows » 14. January 2017 08:53

I have had simulated cron job setup using Windows Task Manager for weeks now and all of a sudden it quit running. I tried creating a new task with identical rules, but it only ran once and PHP.exe terminated after 1 second. I have no clue why it quit. Every Google search I do for stuff like "php 1 second" or "php stops after 1 second" results in articles about how to run php for one second or how to add or subtract a second from a timestamp.

The scheduled task was set to run daily every 15 minutes with the following rule:

C:\xampp\php\php.exe -f C:\xampp\htdocs\wp-cron.php

The user is SYSTEM and every time it runs I get a lot of posts added to mysql complete with a lot of images added to Wordpress. It seemed to have stopped at random last night as I slept and cannot run more than once for one second since.
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Re: Windows Task Stopped and Only Ran PHP for 1 Second

Postby StuckinWindows » 14. January 2017 23:06

Now it looks like wp-cron is the problem. Everything else runs, but still wp-cron shows no errors with error_reporting(E_ALL); added to to the top of the page. Tried testing it by loading http://localhost/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron and still nothing. Then I checked MySql and could only find one entry in wp-options with the option name "cron" it says:


a:5:{i:1484439943;a:1:{s:19:"wp_scheduled_delete";a:1:{s:32:"40cd750bba9870f18aada2478b24840a";a:3:{s:8:"schedule";s:5:"daily";s:4:"args";a:0:{}s:8:"interval";i:86400;}}}i:1484443634;a:1:{s:30:"wp_scheduled_auto_draft_delete";a:1:{s:32:"40cd750bba9870f18aada2478b24840a";a:3:{s:8:"schedule";s:5:"daily";s:4:"args";a:0:{}s:8:"interval";i:86400;}}}i:1484458193;a:2:{s:17:"wp_update_plugins";a:1:{s:32:"40cd750bba9870f18aada2478b24840a";a:3:{s:8:"schedule";s:10:"twicedaily";s:4:"args";a:0:{}s:8:"interval";i:43200;}}s:16:"wp_update_themes";a:1:{s:32:"40cd750bba9870f18aada2478b24840a";a:3:{s:8:"schedule";s:10:"twicedaily";s:4:"args";a:0:{}s:8:"interval";i:43200;}}}i:1484460931;a:1:{s:16:"wp_version_check";a:1:{s:32:"40cd750bba9870f18aada2478b24840a";a:3:{s:8:"schedule";s:10:"twicedaily";s:4:"args";a:0:{}s:8:"interval";i:43200;}}}s:7:"version";i:2;}

I never personally scheduled any deletes or any task because I am using WPRobot. I don't know if its tasks got deleted or maybe it uses some other method of scheduling them. I cant think of any explanation for why tasks would just up and delete themselves all of a sudden.
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