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  • Resolved toh2526


    When running auto scan
    it ended with results with no visits

    I already tried with option
    “Attempt to disable opcode optimizers (recommended)”
    “Attempt to circumvent browser cache”
    both on and off without difference with the results.

    on the Help page section “Is my site using an opcode optimizer?”
    it says
    “Your site is using the IonCube loader. This has not been known to cause problems with P3.”

    But I have not installed the IonCube loader plugin by myself (maybe it have been installed with other plugins’ dependencies, not sure but it hasn’t listed in installed plugins.)

    I have no dropins plugins.
    These are list of my installed plugins
    – Advanced Custom Fields
    – Advanced Custom Fields: Gallery Field
    – Advanced Custom Fields: Location Field
    – Advanced Custom Fields: Options Page
    – Advanced Custom Fields: Repeater Field
    – Contact Form 7
    – Facebook
    – Google XML Sitemaps
    – P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler)
    – Timber

    – Advanced Browser Check
    – Akismet
    – Hello Dolly
    – Regenerate Thumbnails
    – Ultimate Coming Soon Page
    – Wordfence Security

    – p3-profiler.php

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  • Plugin Contributor Kurt Payne


    Can you tell me more about your hosting setup?

    PHP version, apache/nginx/iis (and version), if you have a proxy, cloudflare, etc. ?

    Thankyou for quick response.
    I am asking my Hosting Provider about Apache version, Usage of proxies, CloudFare, etc.

    But as far as I know in this moment,
    – PHP 5.3.3
    – Using Apache.
    – WordPress 3.9.1

    I’ve got information from my Hosting provider
    – The Web Server is Apache 2.2.15
    – No proxies were used.
    – No CloudFlare were used.

    Do you need any more information?

    Plugin Contributor Kurt Payne


    If you look over FTP, do you see a wp-content/uploads/profiles folder with *.json files inside?

    Yes, after a scan there appears to be 4 files inside
    the directory itself has 0777 permission
    and all the files inside has 0644 permission

    .htaccess (14 Bytes)

    Deny from all

    index.php (53 Byte)

    <?php header( 'Status: 404 Not found' ); ?>
    Not found

    .json (0 Byte)
    scan_2014-08-05_e8f0f563.json (0 Byte)

    Plugin Contributor Kurt Payne


    If you’re using 1.5.1 (the latest version) then I don’t know why you’re getting no visits recorded. Have you turned on debugging?

    Yes, the P3 version is 1.5.1.
    No, I didn’t turned on debugging.
    But tried turn on once, makes no different.

    Plugin Contributor Kurt Payne


    Was the debug log empty? (It’s on the help page)

    If not, can you use the debug log to help you figure out why it’s not recording?

    The debug log was listed but none were helpful

    #	Profiling Enabled	Recording IP	Scan Name	Recording	Disable Optimizers	URL	Visitor IP	Time		PID
    2	true	test_scan_1	true		true			/	9 mins ago	293381
    1	true	test_scan_0	true		true			/	5 hours ago	274510

    there is a link to view the test results but there are no results as we know.

    Plugin Contributor Kurt Payne


    The last suggestion I have is to disable ioncube and try again.

    Though I don’t know where the Ioncube was installed but will have a try search for them under wp-content.
    Thank you for your help, will report back soon.

    Plugin Contributor Kurt Payne


    You will probably need to contact your host. It’s a zend_extension. Depending on your hosting setup, it may not be possible to disable it.

    Wow!, you’re guessing right.
    My hosting did use Zend Extension (build 220090626).

    They said this can’t be changed.

    BTW. Thank you for all of your support efforts.

    Great works, keep on.

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