Health Check & Troubleshooting

説明

This plugin will perform a number of checks on your WordPress install to detect common configuration errors and known issues.

It currently checks your PHP and MySQL versions, some extensions which are needed or may improve WordPress, and that the WordPress.org services are accessible to you.

The debug section, which allows you to gather information about your WordPress and server configuration that you may easily share with support representatives for themes, plugins or on the official WordPress.org support forums.

Troubleshooting allows you to have a vanilla WordPress session, where all plugins are disabled, and a default theme is used, but only for your user.

For a more extensive example of how to efficiently use the Health Check plugin, check out the WordPress.org support team handbook page about this plugin.

In the future we may introduce more checks, and welcome feedback both through the WordPress.org forums, and the GitHub project page.

スクリーンショット

  • The health check screen after the automated tests have gone over the system.
  • デバッグ情報とそのコピーペースト欄
  • 詳細情報が必要な場合の一般的な PHP 情報

FAQ

トラブルシューティングモードの有効後サイトにアクセスできなくなりました

If you should find your self stuck in Troubleshooting Mode for any reason, you can easily disable it by clearing your cookies.

Are you unfamiliar with how to clear your cookies? No worries, you may also close all your browser windows, or perform a computer restart and it will clear this specific cookie automatically.

評価

Helped me find a non-updating problem

I love this plugin. Not only does it summarize all the technical info of the server with a phpinfo() page but it also provides a sanity check on the installation. Specifically that check pointed out that my wordpress folder had a .git folder within, an indication that I was using version control. (I wasn't.) But that .git folder was preventing auto-updating. Ta Da!

Overall Great Tool – What I would like see Added

This is a great tool. One of the things that might be added are: Check to see if xmlrpc.php is blocked or open WordPress REST API is On or Off, would be useful. Check where WordPress Max Memory is set too. And compared with Server/PHP Memory is set.. (yes looking in PHP could tell me this, but would be nice to see a quick glance comparison without going and digging) Keep up the good work!

useful

Some fairly useful details here. They really should add to the documentation where to find the link to the panel. It took me several minutes to realize it was a sub item under dashboard. I was thinking tools or settings.
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変更履歴

= v1.2.5=
* Fix: Ensure the REST API status test runs as intended.
* Fix: Remove warning on plugin screens when premium plugins are used.
* Fix: Backup reminder would not remain dismissed in all scenarios after the recent update.

v1.2.4

  • Security: Prevent arbitrary file viewing through the integrity file actions. Independently reported by Julien Legras of Synacktiv and siliconforks.
  • Security: Site status was available to any user with a subscriber role or higher on a site. Reported by Julien Legras of Synacktiv.
  • Security: Hardened the troubleshooting mode session so it is locked to the users location when active.
  • New enhancement: Check that various PHP extensions exist, as recommended by the WordPress Hosting Community.
  • New enhancement: Check if update APIs are being manipulated by plugins or themes.
  • Fix: Copying debug information had the wrong indentation for easier readability.
  • Fix: Toggling plugins and themes from the troubleshooting widget on in the dashboard now lets you expand/collapse them as intended.
  • Fix: When debugging was enabled in WordPress, disabling a plugin in troubleshooting mode would cause a WSOD if the disabled plugin caused a fatal error.

v1.2.3

  • Added REST API availability test to the Site Status

v 1.2.2

  • Added Twenty Nineteen as a recognized core theme.

v 1.2.1

  • Make sure only those with access to the plugin see the backup encouragement notice.
  • Make sure the is_troubleshooting() checks are available to the Site Status tester when the MU plugin may not have updated yet.
  • Avoid a warning of an undefined variable if you have the latest WordPress version installed.

v 1.2.0

  • Changed plugin name, it now better describes the plugins two primary purposes.
  • Changed the Health Check tab, it’s now named Site Status, as we used the old name too many places and it was confusing.
  • Site status tests now run asynchronously, making the page load much faster.
  • The HTTPS tests now also check your Site URL settings to make sure they are following recommended best practices.
  • Fixed a warning preventing plugin names from displaying on the front-end in some cases.
  • Fixed an issue where you might get a 500 error if you tried using Troubleshooting Mode while using a child theme.
  • Automatically disable/enable a plugin or theme in Troubleshooting Mode if they are detected to cause errors.
  • Introduce a new dashboard widget during Troubleshooting Mode (and a simplified version on the plugins screen) to better explain what is going on, and make available actions more discoverable than the admin menu is.
  • Some text improvements throughout the plugin.
  • When loopback tests fail, we previously tested all plugins at once, for sites that have many plugins this may fail as the request times out. We now test one plugin at a time to avoid this, while also showing more information at the tests are running to the end user.