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Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2011 8:51 pm
by Kiefer
Page load pretty good, Matt. Seems to work fine.
This afternoon, I've been trying to make changes to some pages I took over and submitting the changes
is taking quite a while. Maybe I'm just impatient but it seems to be taking upwards of 30 seconds to upload everything
from a sentence change to whole images with links. Is there a difference in the 'coding end of things' between uploading content vs.
clicking previously uploaded content?
Thanks, Matt!

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2011 10:33 pm
by Josh Lewis
I got bored and decided to read part of this article:
http://tag1consulting.com/MySQL_Engines ... _vs_InnoDB

Lately I been working with databases myself. It gets a bit complicated (although yes, I'm not super experienced at it). :wink: Anyways, thanks for looking into it Matt, hope some day for a solution to this.

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 6:44 am
by Josh Lewis
Has anyone else noticed this. It seems to be decent speed most of the time, then randomly it goes slow for a page load (while it's loading I open up a new tab for sp which is virtually instant, and then my other tab eventually works). But then again this mostly applies to changing pages. Well it's not a big deal so far. :wink: (this post took less than a second to be published. :D )

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 1:45 am
by Kiefer
Josh Lewis wrote:Has anyone else noticed this. It seems to be decent speed most of the time, then randomly it goes slow for a page load (while it's loading I open up a new tab for sp which is virtually instant, and then my other tab eventually works). But then again this mostly applies to changing pages. Well it's not a big deal so far. :wink: (this post took less than a second to be published. :D )


Yep. Noticed that too. It had me scratching my head. In fact, it still scratches.
Thanks for the response, Matt. I actually had to look up a couple words in your response! :oops:
I'll keep plugging away at it. Today, page loads for edits to new content is taking upwards of 4 minutes. But at least there's
a reason for it. Thanks, Matt.

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:31 am
by Josh Lewis
Now I'm becoming more hesitant to post my trip reports in pieces (with most of it done in the first posting). I try to post as much as possible before hitting the submit button because I know how long it will take for it to be published. :?

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 5:48 am
by butitsadryheat
Really? I haven't seen any slowdown for the last couple of weeks

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:07 am
by Josh Lewis
So do your submissions post fast when making a edit on a page? I just did a test which it seems as though it is faster to post a page than it is to edit a page. :?: Try editing one of your mountain pages or trip reports and let me know if it posted at a decent speed. I posted a test page a few seconds ago (I deleted it) and it posted right away. :)

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 2:23 am
by Alpinist
SP is dead slow again this evening. It's unusable if you're trying to upload images or work on pages.

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:40 am
by Josh Lewis
Well I guess than pretty soon I should launch what I call "Operation Clean up SummitPost". Basically it would encourage users to do some simple things that would help speed up SP. I'll have to make some screen shots so it might be a few days. :wink:

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:11 pm
by lcarreau
Aaaarg ... it's been moving like a SNAIL on my end ...!

Hope "Operation Clean-up Summitpost" gets started quickly ... my hands are getting tired holding up this sign ...

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Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Sat Jul 07, 2012 8:33 pm
by Marmaduke
Real SSSSSSSSLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOWWWWWW, recently

Re: Server speed

PostPosted: Sat Jul 07, 2012 9:21 pm
by Kahuna
Montana Matt wrote:...., SP could definitely benefit from updated/better optimized software.


Like everything else in life, adapting to change, progress and upgraded from old ways of operating, is a true sign of wisdom. Speaking from personal experience actually.

Thanks for all your hard efforts and work here on SP, Matt.