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Auto-Update Failed

WordPress now comes with an auto-update feature that takes care of security, minor bugs and such like things. The feature is pure genius at work. It’s great but sometimes it fails. Considering the auto-update feature does not require any human input, how do you tell when the update fails? You will see one of the following:

  • A PHP error message
  • A blank white screen (Also known as the white screen of death – WSOD)
  • A warning that says the update failed

UPDATE FAILED CAUSES:

  • Internet connection problems during auto-update
  • Broken connection with main WordPress files
  • Incorrect file permissions

UPDATE FAILED SOLUTION:

Update your WordPress website manually. If you don’t know where to start, please check out this Updating WordPress – Manual Update post at WordPress Codex.

Ref: http://www.wpexplorer.com/wordpress-common-errors-solutions/

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