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WP Toolkit error in WHM: Something went wrong. e.some is not a function

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator
    Hey there! Do you have a large number of WordPress instances on the machine? I've seen this error before when the system is low on resources. If changing the cPanel PHP Memory Limit value in WHM >> Tweak Settings resolves this issue, that would be the cause. Can you try increasing that and seeing if that resolves the issue?
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  • azednetma
    Hey there! Do you have a large number of WordPress instances on the machine? I've seen this error before when the system is low on resources. If changing the cPanel PHP Memory Limit value in WHM >> Tweak Settings resolves this issue, that would be the cause. Can you try increasing that and seeing if that resolves the issue?

    Hi It doesn't resolve the issue: Updating "Max cPanel process memory" from "4096" to "". "Max cPanel process memory" was updated. Updating "cPanel PHP memory limit" from "512" to "4096". "cPanel PHP memory limit" was updated. Processing post action for cPanel PHP memory limit: "cPanel PHP memory limit" was updated.
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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator
    Could you submit a ticket to our team so we can take a look?
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  • azednetma
    Is it possible to scan for Wordpress sites by ssh command?
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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator
    While there is a whole suite of commands under the "wp-toolkit" command line option, there is not a way to scan using this tool. However, you can use the "wp find" command to locate instances on the machine: wp find | WP-CLI Command | WordPress Developer Resources
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