Performance Settings

The following settings have been removed from All in One SEO in version 4.0 as the are no longer required:

  • Raise Memory Limit
  • Raise Execution Time
  • Force Rewrites

System Status has been moved to All in One SEO » Tools » System Status.

Performance module in All in One SEOThe Performance Module in All in One SEO, located under All in One SEO » Performance, provides you with some controls over performance related settings for your site.

Raise Memory Limit

This lets you set the PHP memory limit for WordPress.  All in One SEO sets this when the plugin is executed by WordPress.  This is may get overridden by other plugins, your server configuration, your php.ini file, or if you have WP_MEMORY_LIMIT defined in your wp-config.php file.  Here is the official WordPress documentation regarding setting your memory limit.

Raise Execution Time

This lets you set the PHP execution time for WordPress.  This may be required if you get timeout errors when trying to perform functions in the WordPress administrator dashboard or on your site.  All in One SEO sets this when the plugin is executed by WordPress.  This is may get overridden by other plugins, your server configuration, or by your php.ini file.

Force Rewrites

This lets you specify whether you want All in One SEO to use output buffering for writing SEO Titles.  Some themes and plugins will overwrite your SEO Titles because they execute after All in One SEO Pack is executed.  Use this to try to override them and ensure that the SEO Titles are written by All in One SEO.

System Status

This is the output from a PHPINFO command executed on your server.  It provides information that may be useful in troubleshooting problems with All in One SEO.