Support » Plugin: P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) » Is this plugin abandoned?

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  • Well GoDaddy.com hasn’t updated it for 2 years, so that is probably a yes.
    The plugin is stone dead. (Which is a shame, because it’s such a useful one).

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  angrywarrior. Reason: typo

    is there an alternative?

    How can I delete this from the FTP side?

    I keep seeing this in my files

    mu-plugins-old-old-old-old-old-old
    /p3-profiler

    please update this plug-in to work again! This was so helpful in tracking down misbehaving plug-ins. We (the WordPress community) need this plug-in to work again.

    Hostile take over maybe. Developer has not responded in 14 days.

    @andreaskviby

    Sadly, yes, it would seem so. No updates in two years, no responses from developer in a very long time.

    An alternative we use is Query Monitor. It works a bit differently, but can help you find what plugins may be slowing down your site. It gives you a way to easily see errors, slow DB calls, repeated DB calls, DB calls by plugin, and a lot more. Using that with WP_DEBUG is an excellent way to see what plugins may be slowing down your site. Actually, it’s a bit more of a scientific method, so in that respect it was always better than P3, since P3 never showed the real cause of the issue.

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