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  • Biker
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    I probably should have qualified that I don't run it for any length of time in debug mode. A quick switch, check, and put it back to normal.

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  • Zachery
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    You should not run public/live forums in debug mode.

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  • masterross
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    Thanks guys!
    Special thx to mlx
    that what I need it!

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  • mlx
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    While debug mode contains the information you are looking for you should never run a production forum in debug mode.

    So if you are looking for a general solution that can be enabled any time this might be the better choice: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...ght=microstats

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  • Biker
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    The way I do it is by turning debug on within config.php.

    Code:
    $config['Misc']['debug'] = TRUE;
    Information will show at the bottom of the page in your forums.

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  • masterross
    started a topic How to check number of executed mysql queries?

    How to check number of executed mysql queries?

    Hello,


    I;ve seen that there was option to show executed mysql queries on page load but I cant find it now.
    Can you remind me where it is?

    Thank you!
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