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WordPress Optimization Tool: SQL Monitor




One of the ways in which you can optimize the performance of your WordPress site is by reviewing the processing of database calls in terms of frequency of such queries, the number of such calls being made, the performance of these calls, how optimized are they, and so on. It is not easy to determine all these numbers, and you will need a tool to help you determine these numbers. So, here is SQL Mintor (link to page)

WordPress can provide only the list of the queries and the developer has to manually run every query and analyze it. Very boring, isn’t it? SQLMon tries to help the developers and analyzes the query itself, reporting everything that needs attention.
The plugin is perfect for WordPress developers, plugin and theme developers and site administrators who are trying to find out why the blog is too slow




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