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Unmaintained Slow query logger 1.1.0

Generate a stack trace on slow queries

  1. Xon
    Compatible XF Versions:
    • 1.5
    Additional Requirements:
    php 5.6+
    MIT Licence
    Visible Branding:
    Generates an error log entry when a slow query is detected. No configuration required.

    Once it has been running for a while, I recommend disabling the add-on until you have pushed out fixes or understood why the previous logged queries are occurring.

    The initial start of a search is known to take a while, this appears to be a design issue where all content needs to be loaded and then verified.

    • Works on a single query at a time, not all queries for a request.
    • Only logs slow public queries.
    • Under "Performance", Slow Query Threshold is in seconds and allowing 0.25 second steps.


    I recommend using Add-on install & upgrade or [TH] Install and Upgrade to install this addon.

    Contributing features or bug fixes
    Please create a Github Pull request via the "Find more info at github.com..." link.


    If you appreciate this addon, please consider a contribution via PayPal. Details will be provide via private conversation.

    Please contact me if you wish for different licencing arrangements.
    Tony', Dadparvar, thumped and 6 others like this.

Recent Updates

  1. 1.1.0 - Feature Update
  2. Maintenance update
  3. Feature update release

Recent Reviews

  1. Alfa1
    Version: 1.1.0
    This addon will show you problems that you never knew existed. If not for the Slow Query Logger: my members would still suffer 6 second load pages on some page, because some of the addons installed had problematic code or could use improvements. I can recommend this addon to any webmaster who takes performance seriously.
  2. worrorfight
    Version: 1.0.1a
    Much needed when a certain something needs to be checked and removed.

    Helped us in multiple cases to figure out what was causing slow query to come up.