Support » Plugin: Debug Objects » How to find what slows down a given page at backend?

  • Resolved John

    (@dsl225)


    Hello there,

    I’m quite impressed by the options offered here but I’m a bit lost in settings…

    At a given site, at backend, I have the widgets and appearance-customize pages taking way too long to load since some time now and wanted to find out what slows down the process. What exactly should I setup for doing this please?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/debug-objects/

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  • Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    (@bueltge)

    The plugin view a lot of information. For me is often helpful to see on the query page, to see which query run and how log run the query. Also I check the load of scripts and styles and the functions to each hook on this page – page hook in Debug Objects.

    Thread Starter John

    (@dsl225)

    Thanks, will check this further then.
    It would nice though to be able to sort results by time so that we may more easily see which ones take more time.
    Just an idea.

    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    (@bueltge)

    The queries on all list was sorted about the time. If you have the table view, then can you list on each column with a click on the head of the column.

    Thread Starter John

    (@dsl225)

    How to enable table view?

    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    (@bueltge)

    This is since version 2.1.17 always active, but not each tab. It is not active on “DB Queries” Tab. On the tabs “Plugin Query” and “wp-content Queries” is it active.
    see this screen as example: https://www.diigo.com/item/image/1j30r/i3bd

    Thread Starter John

    (@dsl225)

    OK, that’s fine then, I see.
    Many thanks!

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