This plugin will show you useful information about the hosting server you are using e.g. PHP version, MySQL version, Server OS, Server Protocol, Server IP and other useful information. You can use the information displayed by this plugin to update any settings which are crucial for your website performance and other aspects.
You will see the information about:
- PHP Version
- Operating System
- MySQL Version
- System Uptime
- Active Theme
- Active Plugins
- Database Details
- WordPress Debugging (Enabled/Disabled)
- WordPress Memory Limit
Get complete details about the server, WordPress, database, plugins, themes running on your site.
Email Server Details
Troubleshooting with your plugin or theme developer? Send your server information to them with a few clicks
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Also now you don’t have to contact your host every single time for minor things.
Get Server Information with WordPress System Log
When working with WordPress, sometimes you may come across a problem that needs information about your WordPress hosting environment for a solution. Finding this information is not difficult, and you can even ask your web hosting provider for specific information. Like what version of PHP, Apache, and MySQL they are using.
First, you need to install and activate the WordPress System Log plugin. After that simply go to System Log page to view your web hosting environment and system information.
The plugin will show your server information, PHP configuration, and WordPress configuration. You can use this information to troubleshoot problems specific to a particular configuration setting.
Apart from that, it will also show you information about your WordPress installation. For example, what theme you are using, which plugins you have installed, what permalink structure you are using. etc. This information is particularly useful if you want to get help from someone without giving them access to your website.You can simply send all this information anywhere via email, the plugin has inbuilt option to send server information to your support agent or developer to debug the possible issue.