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Option 22 - WordPress install with default plugins

Discussion in 'Feature Requests & Suggestions' started by Epic Internet Marketing, May 8, 2016.

  1. Epic Internet Marketing

    Epic Internet Marketing Member

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    I use centminmod for a lot of WordPress websites.. I find it provides the fastest and most reliable install stack that can be configured to all of my needs.

    The default plugins that are installed could probably use a revision.

    1- Acunetix WP Security plugin hasn't been updated in a year, and has a low rating on wp.org. I prefer WordFence or Bulletproof security which are upgraded a lot more frequently.

    2- DB Cache reloaded, I don't think is useful anymore?

    3- limit login attempts & google authenticator combined with the wp-login.php nginx protection is overkill.

    A few of the speed plugins i disable or uninstall right away like gtmetrix and gigaom relic, while I'm sure they're useful speed testers it just would confuse my clients if they saw these in the backends.

    Is there a quick way to edit the auto install list prior to clicking 22?
     
  2. eva2000

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    was actually discussed with @Matt Williams as well at Wordpress - Which Wordpress Plugins use / don't use centmin.sh menu option 22 | Centmin Mod Community

    and implemented in centmin mod 123.09beta01 at Wordpress - Which Wordpress Plugins use / don't use centmin.sh menu option 22 | Centmin Mod Community with variable WPPLUGINS_ALL='n' is set by default so all those wp plugins are no longer installed by default with exception of wp super cache and/or keycdn cache enabler and optimus plugin and a few outlined here centminmod/wpsetup.inc at 123.09beta01 · centminmod/centminmod · GitHub

    hint is all the good stuff is in 123.09beta01 these days ;)
     
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    I plan on taking a good look at this over the next few weeks, whether by utilising the option 22 or wp-cli so will no doubt post some stuff as I do. In the meanwhile as @eva2000 has pointed out with his links it's probably worth having a look at these:

    Beta Branch update inc/wpsetup.inc add new mywpcmds routine
    Beta Branch update inc/wpsetup.inc pre-whitelist wp plugins
    WebPerf Harness the Power of WP-CLI to Manage Your WordPress Sites
     
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  4. eva2000

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    Yeah I use 123.09beta01 and it's awesome!!

    Quick question: how do I disable cli-autoupdate and for that matter the daily emails that it sends?

    Thank you.
     
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    list your cronjobs via SSH command
    Code (Text):
    crontab -l

    then use crontab -e invokes nano linux text editor and comment out the wp updater for your domain and then save the the file via CTRL+X and yes to save and that will update your cronjobs
     
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