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WAMP configuration- server clock issue

  • Hello,
    I am using WAMP to work on my site. I bought the premium version of the plugin. I configured my S3 bucket and users as it's shown in the tutorial. I got the next errors after the system check, of what the second is critical, the rest is just at warning level.

    where should I set the server clock?


    • Various aspects of your system that might have compatibility issues with Media Cloud

    • Your server's system clock is wrong by over 130 years 2 months 1 week 3 days 11 hours 19 minutes 3 seconds. This will cause errors with cloud storage services. You may need to contact your hosting provider to correct the situation.

    • Your PHP version (7.2.18) is compatible but should be upgraded to 7.x as soon as possible. The version you are using is no longer updated by PHP maintainers.

    • You are not using PHP-FPM. PHP-FPM can seriously improve the speed and responsiveness of your site. Contact your hosting provider for more information.

    • The max_execution_time is set to a good value (120).

    • WordPress Cron is enabled. For better performance, consider disabling WordPress Cron and running it from the system crontab. Read more about the best way of setting up WordPress Cron.


    • There was an error or errors trying to connect to the storage provider.

  • @Szilárd-Dénes

    Dump WAMP for Local by FlyWheel. You can thank me later.

    I very much doubt Media Cloud will run on Windows without any issues.

  • Thanks for the quick answer!
    So there is no chance to run on windows?
    Will be okay after using on my normal server?

  • @jong

    I've tried using Local by Flywheel, I couldn't fix the issue below.

    local by flywheel.jpg

  • @Szilárd-Dénes

    Yes, it'll be fine if your server is running linux.

    It should run on Windows, but I can't guarantee it. I haven't used Windows since the late 90's. And I'm a pretty ardent supporter of 12 factor:

    The main tenet is that your dev environment should be as close to your deployment environment as possible.

  • @jong
    Yes, I tried every solution. I gave full access to the host file, I gave all the possible exclusions in the Windows Defender and my Sophos antivirus, but no change.

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