Our website uses a variety of plugins to meet its end goals. Included in our usage: Redis Object Cache, WP Rocket, and Uncanny Automator. We specifically use Uncanny Automator to link Events (The Events Calendar) with Courses (LearnDash) to generate certificates for our users when they complete events.
At seemingly random times, when we create an Uncanny Automator for the above interaction, our website will “blow up” where the header menu links will just get listed in full down the page.
The actual header / menu looks like:
How I am able to inconsistently recreate the issue is to simply build an Uncanny Automator Recipe linking attendance to an event with closure of a course for that attendee. Yesterday, after the 4th recipe was created, the site finally blew up. To fix it, I have to flush the object cache. Sometimes I have to clear the WP Rocket cache as well. It seems to be an issue with the Header and Footer, which are built using ElementsKit as the body content generally looks ok.
I am wondering if there is some sort of logging I can enable that might give an indication of where the failure is happening? Or are there other suggestions on what I should investigate related to the object cache that might point me to a permanent fix?