1. DJBenz
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  3. Thursday, 30 August 2018
Help! I purchased a plan and I guess that Image Recycler has started working in the back end of my site, but it has pushed my hosting CPU usage to 100% and now I can't access the site.

How can I stop the process running and make sure it only works in small batches? I have many thousands of images on my site.
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tristan@imagerecycle Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Hi,

This is not normal it should run in background yes but absolutely not taken 100% of the CPU resources.
Could you drop us a support ticket please?

The developer will take a look at that.

Thanks.
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DJBenz Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
I will do.
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wonenonline Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Same problem over here.. did you solve it?
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DJBenz Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Same problem over here.. did you solve it?


Sort of. Not sure. IR support logged into my site and did some tinkering, the high CPU went away after a while although the plugin is still a little flaky and I have to check every week or so to make sure it's optimized new images, otherwise I can get a backlog.
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wonenonline Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Thanks for your reply!
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