Support » Plugin: P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) » Cannot read profiles directory

  • Resolved soulpawa

    (@soulpawa)


    When I want to run the P3 plugins shows this error:

    Cannot read profiles directory

    I already create a profiles folder on wp-content/uploads/profiles with 777, but still no luck.

    I’m running ubuntu 14.04 with LEMP on digitalocean.

    Any clue?

    thanks in advanced!

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/p3-profiler/

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  • Plugin Contributor Kurt Payne

    (@kurtpayne)

    Hello,

    Are you wp-content for your content directory? Or are you using a custom content directory? Some plugins / themes will move your content directory, or you can define a custom location in your wp-config.php file.

    Try looking in P3’s help page and look at this question: “How much room do these profiles take up on my server?” P3 will tell you where it’s trying to save the profiles.

    yes, my wp-content it’s my content directory.

    How much room do these profiles take up on my server?

    The scans are stored in the Profiles folder in your WordPress Uploads directory and takes up less than 50KB of disk space. Each time you run a scan, this storage requirement goes up, and each time you delete a scan, it goes down.

    I would like to add that this wordpress comes from another hosting working P3 without any problem, and never had to create any “profile” folder for running this plugin it was since I migrate to my VPS server. All other plugins working like a charm.

    Thanks

    Plugin Contributor Kurt Payne

    (@kurtpayne)

    It should tell you the full path:

    The scans are stored in /home/XXXXXX/html/wp-content/uploads/profiles and take up 50 KB of disk space. Each time you run a scan, this storage requirement goes up, and each time you delete a scan, it goes down.

    Does this help you track down where P3 is trying to save your profiles? If the profiles folder is there and chmod 777, please ensure the uploads folder is writable as well.

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