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PHP MyProfiler as a WordPress Plugin

March 11th, 2013 No comments

The profiler and sampler has been bundled into a single download, but is now two wordpress plugins. Though this has issues that this will be plugged into the wordpress flow after init and that logging is done on shutdown hook, some of the database calls are never logged. Still that is not an issue as mostly slowness would be caused by database calls from the theme and plugins. Note that logging may make system more slow and this is for identifying the bottlenecks and should never be left on for long times. Features like Log requests from IP, Log requests from IP to specific URL, Enable/Disable, Log Frequency are in the wishlist. Currently when you enable, the profiler starts logging, and creates new file for every hour. This is stored into the UPLOAD_DIR/wp_php_my_profiler with <Year-month-date-hour>.log as filename, and posted into the $wpdb-posts table with post_status = private, and post_type = profiler_log, Once logging is done, and before going for analysis, better deactivate the Profiler. Log Analyzer creates a menu entry in the admin side, and shows the logs from the $wpdb->posts table with the above properties in a tabular form, with actions ‘Analyze’ and ‘Delete’. The plugin is provided for advanced users and debuggers to find issues and bottlenecks in their plugins or themes. Download the plugin PHP MyProfiler Wordpress Plugin (1418)