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I would like to test the performance of PHP files in my installation, to find any bottlenecks. I already use plugins like Debug Queries and WPDB Profiler to watch the SQL Queries being generated, but I would like something that shows me the execution time of each php file to identify if some plugin is not optimised. Is there any plugin for this?

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No. And even if there was, it would be probably useless anyway.

You would get incorrect results, because a .php file might call slow functions from WordPress core files, and there are a lot of situations like this.

You could try using the xdebug extension, it's pretty close to what you're looking for

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  • Thanks, I do use xdebug, but it doesn't show me the execution times, the only way for me to find a bottleneck would be to visually see some bad code, but it's more difficult like that.
    – urok93
    Dec 10, 2011 at 14:34
  • What about something like this? pear.php.net/package/Benchmark/redirected
    – urok93
    Dec 12, 2011 at 8:28
  • Looks simple timing script. You can start the timer inside a plugin function that you think is slow, set up markers trough it if you wish, then stop the timer when function ends and display the results :) Dec 12, 2011 at 20:17

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