[wp-hackers] WordPress plugin inspections
jamie at wunderdojo.com
Thu Feb 20 05:07:29 UTC 2014
New topic to spice things up.
One of my dedicated servers recently starting giving me problems with
GIT. I'd ssh in to pull the latest version of a plugin and would get
error messages about the resource being unavailable or whatever. Tracked
it down to too many processes running, specifically calls to
Googling turns up lots of threads on the topic, but none that has really
helped nail down exactly what's going on. If I select one of the
processes hitting admin-ajax and kill it, they all disappear and
everything goes back to working.
It seems that auto-save could be the culprit, though I've changed the
auto-save time period to much longer than stock. I have a sneaking
suspicion that it's a theme that was just installed on a site (multisite
network) which has its own page builder framework.
So, anyone have a suggestion as to how I might track down where the
request to admin-ajax is originating? grep gives me the list of
potential candidates, but that would only help if I were to start
disabling / enabling things and then watching to see what happens -- not
an option on a live network of sites.
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------ Original Message ------
From: "Ryan McCue" <lists at rotorised.com>
To: wp-hackers at lists.automattic.com
Sent: 2/19/2014 8:58:55 PM
Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] WordPress plugin inspections
>Can we please keep the list reasonably civil? There's no need to use a
>tonne of exclamation points and upper case to make your points, not to
>resort to name-calling and personal attacks.
>Harry is publishing internal reviews that presumably DXW is doing
>regardless, and thought this might be useful for everyone else. He
>didn't claim to be the singular authority on this, but merely that
>these reviews might be useful for others.
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