I’m not sure exactly what happened. The Teacher called me after the class and said that a few of the students were getting that.
I also have a support ticket in with WMPU.org about the registering process. I am getting some students not getting the template created and some not getting registered on the main site.
Maybe that has something to do with it.
I’ll let you know what they say.
That’s what I was thinking too. I couldn’t see the server being the issue.
All they said was it sounds like a server issue and to check the server logs and to enable debug mode. They seemed to think that because I am having the issues on all the Multisite networks that may by the reason for the server.
The problems only occur when I have a class registering. There are quite a few students registering from the same IP address in their lab. Maybe that’s why he’s thinking its a server issue?
I am using Wordpfence and I will deactivate it and see how that goes.
Would Wordfence affect the following:
Other times I get a variety of issues:
– Template doesn’t load and the student gets a basic Twenty fifteen template. (I then have to clone the template to the students site)
– Students will get a site but won’t be registered on the main site (buddypress). This will not allow the student to login on the main site.
– Student won’t get a site. (not 100% sure if they are registering properly, but it’s happening a fair bit)
– password will not work. (I believe this is due to not getting register properly on the main site.)
Is there any resource constraint? Template not getting cloned seems to be a server resource issue.
2nd issue is common in BuddyPress/Multisite. The user won’t get added to the man site. It still has nothing to do with the user login issue though.
4th and 5th seems to be an issue with the way students are registering. If it was an issue it should have manifested for all users not for a few selected users.
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