WP Minify
Thousands of errors in error_log (4 posts)

  1. ChowKaiDeng
    Posted 4 years ago #

    The plugin generates a HUGE ammount of errors like this in my site's error_log:

    [10-Sep-2011 20:09:48] &m=1314998811
    [10-Sep-2011 20:09:53] &m=1314998811
    [10-Sep-2011 20:09:53] &m=1314998811
    [10-Sep-2011 20:10:06] &m=1314998811
    [10-Sep-2011 20:10:06] &m=1314998811

    There is, literally, thousands of lines with the same message, posted every few seconds (the file is like 200MB in size).

    I was using WP Minify combined with WP Super Cache and WP Smush.it, and I thought it was a missconfiguration between them, but after deactivating the other plugins, WP Minify keeps generating the same errors. Deactivated and everything went back to normal. I ended up uninstalling WP Minify.


  2. gaspy
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Apparently the author forgot to take out a debug message.
    in wp-minify.php at line 487, take out error_log($latest_modified_string);

  3. ChowKaiDeng
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Thanks gaspy, but I ended up deactivating and deleting it. I'm changing to W3 Total Cache instead of WP-Super cache, because it has more functions (including CSS, HTML, and JS minifying).

    Thanks again for your time :)


  4. jcglobalcitizen
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hello ChowKaiDeng,

    It's not WP Minify, since I never used WP-Minify. But in your case probably so. It's pure Jetpack's problem. I deleted Jetpack and switched to Jetpack Lite http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/jetpack-lite/ which much-much faster and lighter than the full version.

    Moreover, I use PHP Speedy instead of WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache. Both Cache system in one to another way is heavily loading the CPU processing time. I strongly recommend PHP Speedy http://aciddrop.com/php-speedy/

    It's not in WP plugins repository, it's independent. It works wonderful, increases significantly the loading page. You can check the performance objectively using YSlow and/or Page Speed (Firefox or Chrome plugins). Minifying PHP works better than any caching system, or minifying JS and CSS.

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