I have configured Snapshots to backup tables and files sending them to Dropbox. I am able to see the “Item scheduled to run” when I manually start the job. It appears the file is not being placed in the snapshot folder nor is it being sent to Dropbox.
How do I go about debugging the process?
Here are my server settings:
WordPress Version 3.5.1
PHP Version 5.3.14
MySQL Version 5.0.96
Is Multisite Yes, Number of Sites: 2
WP_CRON Snapshot uses WP_CRON to run automated backups. If you have disabled WP_CRON via your wp-config.php you will not be able to schedule snapshots.
_SESSION Snapshot uses _SESSIONS to store temporary information about database tables and files during the backup and restore processing. Sessions are a default part of PHP.
Session save path:
Session save path is empty. This may be ok. Try running snapshot manually.
Folder Permissions Writable (0755) – /var/chroot/home/content/74/9440274/html/backups/snapshots/
Writable (0755) – /var/chroot/home/content/74/9440274/html/backups/snapshots/_backup
Writable (0755) – /var/chroot/home/content/74/9440274/html/backups/snapshots/_locks
Writable (0755) – /var/chroot/home/content/74/9440274/html/backups/snapshots/_logs
Writable (0755) – /var/chroot/home/content/74/9440274/html/backups/snapshots/_restore
PHP runtime information
Display Errors 1
Error Reporting 4983 – E_ERROR, E_WARNING
Magic Quotes 1
Max Execution Time (seconds) 30 The value displayed can be adjusted by Snapshot PHP scripts.
Memory Limit 64M – WP_MEMORY_LIMIT defined by WordPress wp-config.php.
Open Basedir Off
Safe Mode Off
ZLib Compression Off