This is an error message that I am getting through the app (I am not sure how to add a screenshot here – there’s no obvious way to do it in this form editor). I have put a link to the screenshot on Snipboard.io see link above.
i have a hosting account with a provider that is for hosting, which gives me non-admin access through SFTP/SSH, chrooted. I have full access to WordPress though.
I wanted to know if there is a workaround for the issue here, maybe through another plugin, or some kind of REST/API/XML-RPC approach, or something imaginative using an external service, like CloudFlare, Litespeed or a WordPress caching plugin, etc.
I cannot get them to install the php module for redis/memcache, or anything more than the base configuration for PHP, since this is a package that is not tailored but a kind of generic set. Sorry, not my specialist area, so some of my thoughts/suggestions in that list might be irrelevant or ludicrous.
I am using PHP8.1.3, using WordPress 5.9.2, Apache, and can try to answer any other question you might have. I am guessing (from the comment on the screenshot about speaking to my host) that there is not probably not an alternative thing, but I thought I would ask in case.
Whilst I am willing to take risks on what I have access to, since i do backup and willing to ‘change things’, there is a lot of stuff I do not have access to that I do know about, but I am definitely not going to be able to do expert hacks like you lot can! Indeed, if it’s complex, would be helpful to get a script for it maybe? But I’m sure if this was possible, you would have implemented something, so this is probably a bit optimistic.
The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]
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