1. Garikai Dzoma

    Just tried both the Hookr and WP Inspect plugins because of the promised magical ability to show all executed hooks. Both started chomping on memory like crazy resulting in my 4GB RAM being eaten in minutes. And with just 30 active connections I cannot blame this on traffic


    • Christopher Sanford


      To annotate the page, this has to occur in-memory; this is unavoidable, especially if you have a lot of plugins installed and have not adjusted the WP Inspect settings. Try toggling specific hooks on or off, or even targeting hooks. Also, disabling the backtrace will improve performance.

      That being said, this plugin is a development plugin and should only be used in a local/dev context. Let me know if this helps.


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