Rss feed not updating automatically
So if I understand you Novik, it means that my rtorrent user is missing some permissions on that plugin ? If you place a special line (see wiki) to the - then plugin will be launched by automatic way after rtorrent restart, regardless - open you Web UI or not. Yet once - php process, which do job, may be launched under different users. I could 777 -R everything and it still wouldn't work. How can unchanging permissions or ownership explain sporadic operation. I've formatted the whole thing and did a clean install following this guide: https://jes.sc/kb/r Torrent ru My RSS plugin is empty, I add an RSS link and I get: [ ] Erreur lors du chargement du flux.
When you prepare manual update, then this user is a same, as from web-server. _ /var/www/rutorrent/share/users/webuser/settings/rss : and everything inside is owned by www-data _ /var/www/rutorrent/plugins/rss : is owned by www-data _ ps aux | grep rss : shows rss run by rtorrent user From your explanations Novik, everything looks ok to me. I agree indeed , but to be honest, all my plugins have always been owned by www-data and work fine so far. Surely with incorrect permissions or ownership it will either always work or never work and not as I have here "sometimes" work and then self heal. If this true, then this is a reason of rss auto update behavior.
Here are some tips on adding feeds to your feedly or discovering them on the site: https://feedly.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/187494-how-to-add-news-feeds-to-your-feedly Sometimes when you see you have the correct and that the site produces new content, they might have blocked us – in this case, please let us know either through Twitter: https://twitter.com/feedly or the Open Community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/113648582731838175643 Thank you. Recently there is a new protocol called pubsubhubbub to make feed push to the listener. Here is a list of web services support real-time RSS pushing, including Google Reader, Blogger, Feed Burner, Friend Feed, My Space, etc. The reader re-fetches the RSS feed now and then (for example two times per hour, or more often if the reader learns that it's an often updated feed).