Support » Plugin: WPDB Profiling » [Plugin: WPDB Profiling] profile summary / incremental profiling

  • it would be great if this plugin could be set up to gather profile data in a non-public fashion, so that only the admin/superuser can have a look at the stats using the superuser dashboard.

    Furthermore, it’d be great if the plugin could take a snapshot of currently active plugins, serialize this list to a table and then disable each plugin step by step, while gathering the impact of runtime performance (i.e. after automated refresh), this would make it very easy to see what plugins have significant effects on website performance.

    After gathering all data, pure performance could be gathered, i.e. without any non-core plugins and compared to the original runtime profile. At the end, the plugin would unserialize the list of previously activated plugins and present a total summary of impact on performance, for each plugin.

    – woccax

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