I have test webinoly in linode & digitalocean & my server.Overall is very good. I can get daily 100k visitors without problem. I love it.But every server that I use Webinoly have 403 Forbidden in Wordpress admin & login page.Only when I click on wordpress menu very fast or refresh it 4-5 time
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I setup Webinoly just few command. I have follower this page. https://webinoly.com/en/install/
Yes, that's a security feature!
We limit the number of request your wp-admin pages can receive from the same IP.
You know, it's like we are detecting an attack and then we close that connection to protect your server.
Can I close that ? because my monitoring tool shows it error?I need to monitoring user error load page on my website.
We don't accept any kind of rude behaviour here, people that give answers the way you did are not welcome here.
Maybe you should try to reproduce the issue rather than flippantly refer me to the docs.
I understand the frustration of trying to support this by yourself, and people not reading the docs before posting in the forums. Here is some additional info, in case you are interested. Updraft is an extremely popular plugin (over 1 million installations), so you might want to take the following into consideration. I'm sure there are other plugins that use admin-ajax for file upload/download.
The plugin uploads zip files to a backup repository on the site. It is doing that in approximately 0.5MB chunks. I have a fiber connection (1GB), so that all happens very fast, so naturally it is going to exceed the limit cap you set in the file. The screen cap below shows what is going on. This seems like you are being a little over-protective and your users could run into problems. Maybe you could make this an option in your config? Just a suggestion.
Did you report this issue to the plugin author?
I've been doing some research about it and seems like everybody agree with the idea that an intensive use of admin-ajax file have a very important negative effect over the WP admin area.
As I said before, I will keep an eye on this issue.
I'm not really sure about change these settings in Webinoly, if you are using Webinoly is because you care about performance.
Following up this issue with UpdraftPlus and MigrateDB Pro plugins, seems like they (both) have a lot of tickets open about the same issue, a lot of people complaining for errors and slow admin areas due to an intensive use of admin-ajax.php caused by these plugins.
Seriously, read this answer: https://deliciousbrains.com/wp-migrate-db-pro/doc/modsecurity/
That not seems like a very "professional" answer, security features should never being disabled.
Just for the record:
Just to add my two cents: Updraftplus seems to work just fine for backing up wp sites in a webinoly setup.
It fails when restoring for the reasons discussed above. However, it will restore perfectly if you restore one part at a time -- eg , plugins, then themes, then uploads, etc. Just select one of the parts of the backup at a time and it works fine -- at least for me.
Hope this helps someone.
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