I once had a Teamviewer Session with someone who explained me how this works. Unfortunately bad habits lead me to not documenting it. I haven't placed any Flags/Markers in my Scripts to start/stop profiling. I want to profile a CMS and the last time we did this by starting the Webserver, doing a single click and stopping webserver after. With stopping the profiling ends aswell. I don't want to dive to deep. The last time I got a hint that 80% loading time was SQL so I could took a more detailed look on it. I have to see what I can do. Anyway, thank you, I will probably take a look on the docs again if I can't find an easy quick way to rudimentory profile the problems.
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