I have the feeds set for every 10 minutes and I have the admin section: Tools | Cron Entries | Feeder set up properly as well. The Rss feeds did work great until i did the xenforo upgrade to 1.4.3. Any help to fix and get the feeds working properly? Thanks!
previous version. I have 20 plus feeds. Here is the page all the feeds come into https://www.dnpost.com/forums/domain-name-news.5/.
Typically we should see a new article / feed every 30 minutes... Now, I have to go in and click: IMPORT NOW to get them. They are not coming in on own, like before
Mike he is my client, same issues as in my thread. I have screen shots of the feeder in that thread and also we did not upgrade from latest version, we updated from a late 1.3 version. Which I was told had some known issues. The installs worked once after upgrade when I cleared the cache system and disabled a second cache system we have on site. Then it stopped working altogether.
I'm still not clear what version you upgraded from. The other thread mentions 1.3.7 which isn't a version that we've released, so I'm not sure if that means 1.3.6 or 1.2.7 (or something else). If it's 1.3.6, then literally no code has changed related to the import code; even from 1.2.7, there are very few changes and I don't think they'd be relevant. Can you reconfirm the version?
Based on a screenshot in the other thread, I see the cron has been modified (at least to run every minute). I don't think the frequency modification should cause any issues. However, to test something, please disable the feed cron from running, wait 15 minutes. Then, with the feed cron entry, select controls > run. What does it display? Does it take a while to display anything?
I would note that I brought the feeds mentioned in the other thread in and it does appear to be working for me.
That's actually after the feed would have run and it should have already imported by then. Did it import anything? (Note that it will only run for 15 seconds at a time so slow RSS feeds will cause it to check fewer in each run; your change to one run per minute would be helpful there.) If you look at the feeds, are there any entries that should have been posted but haven't? (With the 6 examples you gave, since my post this morning, it appears that there's only been 1 new entry and it posted correctly for me.)
That said, an error like that indicates that the MySQL wait_timeout value is very very low. I wouldn't recommend setting it below about 60 (the default is actually 28800). This shouldn't be directly related though but it's worth ruling it out.