Show up the PHP version, memory limit and current memory usage in the dashboard and admin footer
I never have to think about it once it is installed. Lighweight, simple and efficent, everything I like in a plugin !
Does not work when activated in a single site on a multi-site install.
Did not try network activation as I do not want it on the whole site.
Developer apparently has abandoned this plugin - no activity/posts/updates for about a year - be afraid - possible security flaws or version incompatibilities may exist...
It's part of my basic set of plugins. Very recommended to have a bit of insight about PHP and RAM usage.
Merci pour ce plugin très utile.
I need it a plugin to know how much php server memory consumes wp + plugins instaled in order to negociate and request more resources to my hosting provider.
This just gives you a quick view of memory usage on your dashboard. Nothing fancy. There are plugins that will show you more info, but this is all I need. Just something to make sure my memory usage is at a reasonable level.
Sorry Alex, I found another pligin which gives more information and in more organized way.
With "TPC Memory Usage (Updated)" I could see lot more information, below is my server stats:
Usage Sample: 56.93MB (22%)
Peak Usage: 57.22MB (22%)
All-Time: 131.44MB on 5/26/14 @ 9:57 am (loop_start)
Load Averages: 1.99 1.61 1.52
WP Memory Limit: 40M
PHP Memory Limit: 128M
PHP Version: 5.3.13
Server Software: Apache
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:29.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/29.0
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how much memory is allocated even though woocommerce reports alot less. 256 mem is awesome!
Am currently on 1&1/Digital Ocean. Wow, I did not know that 1&1 actually game be 90MB memory limit on my WP package...but that is still a bit lower than what I am getting at Digital Ocean (Getting 128MB there). Am currently running tests. Like what this little plugin can do, am going to keep it.
Have made the switch with DigitalOcean.com. And once there using filezilla was able to change the folder & file permissions to 777, then using 'http://wordpress.org/plugins/change-memory-limit/'; this plugin was able to let me increase memory limits to 1024MB. Now the site rocks. Am happy with how these two plugins work together.
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