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[Resolved] [Plugin: Disable Updates] Wp-admin Slow after installing

  • My website admin panel became very slow upon installing this plugin when online, means when i connected to the internet it was very slow. when i disconnected from internet the site works faster. i noticed it after several testings over and over. at last i removed this plugin and tried. then the site admin panel was okay in respond times.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/disable-updates/

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  • Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    @vanderwijk

    Hi Fzero, is this still an issue for you or can I close this ticket?

    Yes… the problem still exist in all of my website projects..
    but i’m still on wamp server. i didn’t check it online.

    thanks

    Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    @vanderwijk

    Because I am no longer using this plugin myself, I had to install it on my test server which runs a beta version of WordPress 3.5 and it completely slowed down the dashboard as you reported.

    I am quite surprised nobody else reported this issue and have yet to find out what is causing it. In the mean time I would strongly recommend you not to install it in your live environment.

    Have you by any chance installed the Beta Tester plugin?

    I usually test plugin performance and impact before i use them with my real website projects, that’s when i noticed it. but i still couldn’t find which part of the code make things this laggy.

    Sorry i didn’t get you here..
    “Have you by any chance installed the Beta Tester plugin? “

    Thanks Johan !

    Oh i got it, I didn’t install it..
    Thanks for the support !

    Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    @vanderwijk

    Because nobody else has reported about this issue, it is most likely caused by a plugin conflict. In my case the culprit was the Beta Tester plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-beta-tester/).

    I found out that this plugin was causing the conflict by deactivating all plugins except for the Disable Updates plugin and then reactivating the other plugins one by one.

    I think the only way to solve this is if you could do the same thing on your install.

    Hi Johan,
    Will it be reliable to install this plugin with WP 3.4.2 ? Please advise.

    Cheers,
    Jason

    Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    @vanderwijk

    Hi Jason,

    Yes, it should be fine to install this plugin on WP 3.4.2.

    Hi Johan,
    I hope that your plugin will be better off than installing 3 separate plugins that were made by John Billion. At least it won’t clutter my plugins page ^_^

    Many thanks,
    Jason

    Same issue here. I solved it by using the Core Control plugin. Sorry to abandon this plugin, but the other did the trick

    Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk

    @vanderwijk

    Just to be clear; this plugin is working properly on WordPress version 3.5 and lower. It is downloaded more than 20 times a day and has more than 5800 downloads in total: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/disable-updates/stats/

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