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  • Plugin Author John Blackbourn

    (@johnbillion)

    WordPress Core Developer

    From the Plugins menu in the WordPress admin area, you can deactivate Query Monitor. You can then delete it if you wish.

    Hi, in the admin plugin, there isnโ€™t this possibility, because plug-in stay in drop-in and donโ€™t have option.

    pcoweb

    (@pcoweb)

    From this thread I understand that the steps to removing the plugin are:
    1) deactivate in wp plugin panel
    2) rm wp-content/plugins/query-monitor
    When I do both steps, my php debug.log reports php errors that were not present when query monitor was activated. Are there any other steps necessary to completely remove the drop-in/plugin? I am trying to figure out if the php errors are attributable to some trace of query-monitor possibly in a cache, or if there is a php bug in another plugin. I am on a Dreamhost Dreampress site that runs Varnish and MemCached Redux. I clear Varnish after both steps. I appreciate any suggestions.

    Also, I have found that if I perform only step 1, then php errors result from the editor role. It appears that if the plug-in is deactivated, that step 2 should also always be completed?

    Moderator Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)

    (@ipstenu)

    ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ Plugin Review Team Rep

    When I do both steps, my php debug.log reports php errors that were not present when query monitor was activated.

    Did you also turn on debugging in the wp-config.php file?

    You should have something like define( 'WP_DEBUG', true );

    Change true to false ๐Ÿ™‚

    pcoweb

    (@pcoweb)

    Thanks for the comment.

    Yes, if I turn off the debugging there are no reports of the errors. But they are still occurring in the background? I turned off logging because I am getting a large number of offset errors when an editor logs in that would bloat the log file if I left it on.

    I also had
    define(‘WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY’, true);
    define(‘WP_DEBUG_LOG’, true);
    which annoyed the editors because they were displayed on the admin panel.

    I still need to try clearing the MemCached Redux cache and I will add if I find if that fixes the errors. I intend to follow up with those results.

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