Back end Load Time - Blocks, Pages, Navigation pages

edited January 2011 in Bug Reports
Hello,
I'm having an issue where the following pages:

Pages, Blocks, Navigation, Site Variables

Take forever to load. The backend frame loads, but the little ajax loading animation on the content-area sits there for sometimes upwards of 4 minutes before the data shows up. I've tested this in multiple browsers with no change in behavior.

My setup:
Apache 2 running Su_php

Has anyone else seen this issue? Any fixes out there?

Also - I see nothing in my error logs indicating a missing file/etc.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

Comments

  • edited 12:09PM
    Could you try restarting MySQL and Apache? I haven't seen this issue before. Let me know how it goes.
  • edited 12:09PM
    Heya,

    Yeah, I've tried restarting both and I still get the same issue. Very weird. When I run LiveHTTPheaders, I see the initial back and forth, then a big pause, then the request goes out for the inner-pane, and the response comes back quite fast, so I'm thinking it might be client-side.

    Let me know if there's anything specifically that I could post to help troubleshoot.
  • edited 12:09PM
    Do all ajax requests finish without error and is there content being returned by the ajax requests? What branch are you using "master" or "0.91" and what platform/stack are you using (e.g. MAMP, WAMP, ...etc)?
  • edited 12:09PM
    The Ajax requests do seem to finish, and content is being returned correctly, it just takes it's sweet time.

    I'm using the 0.91 branch.

    Platform: CentOS 5, Apache, MySQL 5.0.77, Suhosin PHP Patch 0.9.7

    I'll PM you a link to the site's phpinfo() if you would like to take a look.
  • edited 12:09PM
    That is strange. I think to diagnose, it may require putting in some Firebug console.log statements in the fuel/modules/fuel/assets/js/fuel/controller/BaseFuelController.js file. In particular the tableCallback and redrawTable functions to test when (and if) they get executed.
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