Support » Plugin: WP Performance Pack » Excesive consumption?

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  • Kurt Payne

    (@kurtpayne)

    (P3 Author here)

    Please keep in mind that the pie chart you’re seeing is 100% of the time spent in plugin code (not memory).

    If your site takes 10 seconds to load and 8 seconds is spent in plugin code, that means you probably have some plugin issues at the root of your performance issues. If your site takes 1 second to load and 250 ms is spent in plugin issues, then you may want to look at optimizing css / javascript / off-site references before doing a deep-dive into plugin code.

    Without seeing the full breakdown, it’s hard to tell … Just wanted to add some context here.

    Hope this helps!

    Plugin Author Bjoern

    (@greencp)

    Also, you have to compare the plugin runtime to core runtime before and after activating WPPP. Before activating, translation is done from WP core, when activated, WPPP takes over translating. So depending on the amount of translations there is much time spent in WPPP code.

    And as already said, it would be helpful to see a detailed breakdown to tell more about the cause (especially real runtime, not only percentages).

    ramonjosegn

    (@ramonjosegn)

    OK, thanks for support, I think a APC plugin can help in this configuration…

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