On 10 March 2021, a major server provider had a fire in one of their datacenters, taking down thousands of websites. What if this happened to you?
“Clearing the cache” is a magical solution that fixes most problems with page loads. But what’s a cache anyway?
You’ve cleared revisions, drafts, transients, optimised & repaired your database, NOTHING WORKS and your database is still 10GB for no reason. Sound familiar? Here’s the fix.
Cronjobs are disabled on Gridpane by default. To enable cronjobs, run the command below: gp site site.com -gpcron-on You need to already have SSH & CLI access to the server, obviously. See here if you don’t know how to do it: How to give limited access to developers in Gridpane