Support » Plugin: Query Monitor » PHP Error showing up that isnt there

  • Resolved Derek Wilcox

    (@themassapothecary)


    I am getting this error on the backend of the site:

    No execution time limit. The max_execution_time PHP configuration directive is set to 0.

    I contacted my host and they said to contact the plugin developer because the PHP page shows max execution time is set and its definitely not 0. Why am I getting this error?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author John Blackbourn

    (@johnbillion)

    WordPress Core Developer

    If your server isn’t set to 0 then this means something changed it at runtime. For example a plugin, your theme, or code in wp-config.php.

    Derek Wilcox

    (@themassapothecary)

    @johnbillion ok. How can I find out? I’m also getting an ajax warning & an ajax error

    Plugin Author John Blackbourn

    (@johnbillion)

    WordPress Core Developer

    The Ajax errors you’ll need to report to the author of whichever plugin is causing them. You should be able to see that within the browser console when the error appears.

    Regarding the execution time, there’s no way way to find this out except from searching for max_execution_time in the code of your plugins and themes and wp-config.php.

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