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  • #37405
    Rami M
    Participant

    Upon running new WordPress Site Health check, I see this message under “Recommended improvements”:

    A scheduled event has failed  – Performance
    The scheduled event, bpsPro_AFS_check, failed to run. Your site still works, but this may indicate that scheduling posts or automated updates may not work as intended.

    Thanks

    #37407
    AITpro Admin
    Keymaster

    Yep, we are aware of this issue with WordPress Site Health.  We see this message below regularly.  We are not sure why these messages are being detected as a “problem” since they are not problems.  My guess would be that WordPress Site Health checks to see if a cron job ran last, but BPS Crons don’t necessarily need to run at every scheduled time.  Example:  The Security Log check cron job checks the size of the Security Log file and will only zip, email and replace it if needed.  Maybe WordPress Site Health does not factor in everything it should be factoring in.  In any case, this is nothing to be concerned about.  If there is a problem in BPS then BPS will display an alert or send you an email.  It would be nice if WordPress Site Health included an option to ignore these messages.

    A scheduled event has failed
    The scheduled event, bpsPro_security_log_check, failed to run. Your site still works, but this may indicate that scheduling posts or automated updates may not work as intended.

    #37416
    Rami M
    Participant

    Makes sense 🙂 Thanks for your help.

    #38403
    Jarde
    Participant

    [Forum Reply has been merged into this relevant Topic]

    I seem to have some kind of server conflict or bug with with Bps pro.  Site health shows that timed event is late or not run.  It`s always some Bps pro timed event; bpsPro_AFS_check or bpsPro_HPF_check. Using latest WordPress.  I already deactivated all other plugins (for testing) except Bps pro and problem still persists. So it seems to be not plugin compatibility issue. Using latest Bps pro.

    What steps to take to solve problem ?

    #38405
    AITpro Admin
    Keymaster

    @ Jarde – You can ignore the WordPress Site Health warning.  See the explanation above in this forum topic.

    #38407
    Jarde
    Participant

    @AITpro Thanks.

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