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  • If I want to log as much as possible (I don’t mind having thousands of rows to sift through) with what happens in WordPress, what plugins and possibilities do I have?

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  • esmi

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    Are those my only choices when it comes to logging? Preferably I’d like to get at least a row in the log every single time WordPress reads or writes to the database.

    esmi

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    I don’t know of anything that will log to that extent – possibly because the performance hit would be significant. Wouldn’t it be better to carry out this level of logging at the server level?

    I am more than willing to accept a huge performance hit, I am also very willing to get huge amount of data to delve into (manually if needed).

    esmi

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    So why not log via the server?

    Because I got nothing usable from maximum logging of PHP+MySQL and I want to get to the source, rather than the symptom.

    esmi

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    Can I ask what you’re looking for?

    Some data is not being written to wp_options, wp_posts, wp_links, and wp_postmeta that causes the entire table to require repairs.

    The only thing I have glanced so far is that WordPress (core) does not close the mysql connections properly and leaves them open once everything is finished, but that is probably only tangential.

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