Store Check-Up and Fix-Up for WP-eCommerce

Provides details on your WP-eCommerce and WordPress installation state, issues and performance.

Author:Pye Brook Company, Inc. / Jeffrey Schutzman (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.9
WordPress version tested:4.01
Plugin version:4.0
Added to WordPress repository:05-12-2014
Last updated:07-12-2014
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Plugin URI:http://www.pyebrook.com/snappy-wpec-site
Total downloads:1 003
Active installs:10+
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Provides details on your WP-eCommerce and WordPress installation state, issues and performance.

We have provided this plugin in the hope that it will help you identify issues with your WordPress and WP-eCommerce
configuration.

Checks for the following unfortunate conditions existing on your site:

  • Unreachable links to products, checkout, results and user profile pages. Checks HTTP and HTTPS.
  • Too many options in the WordPress options table
  • Too many autoload options in the WordPress options table
  • Too much autoload data in the WordPress options table
  • Too many transients in the WordPress database
  • Expired transients in the WordPress database
  • Orphaned WordPress post meta
  • Orphaned WordPress taxonomy terms
  • Memcache not present
  • APC not present
  • Object cache not functioning
  • Slow un-cached query performance
  • Slow cached query performance

Makes available to the store administrator individual actions that will:

  • Delete all WordPress Transients from the WordPress database
  • Delete expired WordPress transients from the WordPress database
  • Delete orphaned WordPress post meta
  • Delete orphaned WordPress taxonomy meta
  • Delete all files that are part of the WordPress cache
  • Flush the WordPress cache
  • Test the configuration of memcache object cache
  • Initiate a memcache (object cache) flush

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