Started auto-scan; it could not complete scan, I could not stop scan. It overwhelmed pc (which is also the server). I had to shut down machine and restart, remove the P3 directory, restart server, enter wordpress and reactivate all the other plugins (which were disabled by wordpress because of the misbehaving scan).
Just did an Auto Scan and here is the result when I click on the admin page itself..
White page with the following text:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 64 bytes) in /www/****.com/www/root/*****/wp-content/plugins/p3-profiler/classes/class.p3-profiler.php on line 300.
I had to log in the FTP to manually delete the plugin's folder.
Always handy when doing an audit on a site. Run it and see where the issues are. Never had a problem with it.
Nice work folks, thanks for sharing.
... and this app helped me pinpoint it. Doesn't get much better than that.
It's the real swiss knife for perfomance tuning of a complex WordPress site. You can always achieve great results with its data. Super super useful. An absolute must.
I recently installed this plugin to help analyze a problem one of my clients is having with slow loading admin screens. It's easy to use, runs fairly quickly (scan only took me a couple of minutes) and provides lots of good info. The default reports screen is a pie graph that shows what percentage of total plugin load time can be attributed to each plugin. It also gives you a number of other graphs and charts to help explain how plugin load times are affecting overall page load times.
Would definitely recommend as a good diagnostic tool, or even to anyone just trying to better understand the plugins they use.
I've used it a couple of time to check my sites, I must say very useful.
I have 30 plugins and my site was suffering for it. I used this plugin and it told me exactly which one was the culprit. I disabled it and the difference is like night and day.
Thank you P3!
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