I am having the same exact problem and it also says at the top that I need to notify an administrator because an update failed.
I just got this as well: "An automated WordPress update has failed to complete! Please notify the site administrator." I was getting those error codes when I would try to log in after I was continuously booted from being signed in.
Hi @papagiorgio200. The error "An automated WordPress update has failed to complete! Please notify the site administrator." is not related to the object-cache.php issue. There is another post on this with more information. See: https://www.godaddy.com/community/Managing-WordPress/Installatron-Updating-WordPress/m-p/30942#M2681
Hey, my site was having this issue and now I can't get on at all, even into the WP dashboard. All that comes up is a fatal error warning. Could really use some assistance on it as it is a community site. Tried deactivating plugins and the delete object cache to no avail. Also restored back up to earliest possible to try restore. Nothing is working
@iggppc Could you give us some more details as to the error you are getting? What site is it? I am not with GoDaddy support, but if you give us some details we may be able to help you out. Are you on managed wordpress?
@Alex-NewPath Hey, yes we are getting this error whenever we try to log into the dash and sporadically on the front of site too.
Fatal error: Class 'GADWP_Backend_Item_Reports' not found in /home/content/p3pnexwpnas02_data02/18/3254518/html/wp-content/plugins/google-analytics-dashboard-for-wp/gadwp.php on line 176
site is geekgirlpenpals.com
@iggppc This is a code problem in the file
This is the Google Analytics Dashboard plugin -- you may want to deactivate and reinstall it. Looks like it is conflicting or broken somehow.
I've read the solution provided + there's another situation where this occurs.
If you're using a network where your IP is dynamic, then this can also cause a situation like this.
So if you connect from one IP + then your IP changes, so your ISP or mobile service rotates your IP, this can cause a disconnection.
You can test this by googling whatsmyip before you login + then again, after WordPress tells you to login again.
If this situation occurs, then the fix is likely to change how you connect to your site (change ISP), to a service which rarely rotates your IP address.
Only way to know if this situation is occurring is to check your IP + see if it's changing.
I am having this issue on ultimate shared hosting and also other strange things:
When I logged out and login again some of my plugins are deactivating. Relogging and I can see them..