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Do you feel the same, or it is my internet connection? I am asking this and trying to check the formatting of new posts on the forum too. I hope this formatting issue is a temporary symptom for the App. and everything will return to normal again soon.
not just you….littlegolem is very sluggish at the moment, but working….
Same experience, since about 2 days.
seems more sluggish in the last 2-3 days indeed..
Same here: very slow in the last few days.
Maybe we're all just getting faster.
The site is definitely slow. The footer text includes the amount of time taken to generate the page (in milliseconds). It used to be something like 50 ms, but lately I have seen it go up to 3000, 4000 sometimes.
I think I had a record
It feels slow for me as well but only lately and from time to time. Something is off.
It is blazing fast right now.
Oh wow, seems like there was a definite improvement! For the past few weeks I had a very suspicious Mime-type tag pop up, but now it's gone.
bottom of this page is either
Contact Documentations 2020 ©LittleGolem –1– Not a Member Yet?
Contact Documentations 2020 ©LittleGolem –2– Not a Member Yet?
?is it safe to assume 1 and 2 are fast
managed to get a 3 but took 50 refreshes
what does that number mean? For me, I get 3, 4, 5 or 6.
so that is when I use google chrome. when I use microsoft edge, I get larger numbers. I even saw a “20”
The number means the time to create the page, it is a direct indication for the server response. When you get 3 it means the page took 3 milliseconds to be created. In my previous post with the picture, the number was over 47000, it means the page took 47 seconds to be created.
I think there is no relation between the browser and the number, but a slow browser might render a page in much larger time than the number shows.
Well technically it may be possible that the client browser changes the generated page to a significant extent if some features need to be generated in a more complex way than for other browsers. So it could be possible that generating a page for Edge is more complex than for other browsers, hence slower. :) Anyway, to a human 3 or 20 milliseconds makes no difference. :P
I doubt that Richard create different sources for the different browsers.
Anyway, as we are trying to guess most of the time, and Richard never reply to these kind of posts, then I will do the test myself, and get sure that all the pages are generated exactly the same for all browsers.
I just tried Edge, no difference whatsoever with Firefox. Same numbers. Which is not surprising to me. This number is calculated at the server level, so the only way it can differ is if it generates something different. The flow goes that way:
I think the main difference happened due to DB access, you can check that with forums with large number of posts, also with game of empathy, and specially when you try to access the game list that has more than 1000 games. These actions took the largest time to be generated. I think the main problem in the last week was related to DB, then to the CPU.
Maybe it is now better - I found one old bug in code (block threads in java for a few seconds).
Thank you Richard, it is much better now, even better than before.
Thanks Richard, it is super fast now. :)