On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 4:06 PM, Andras Timar <email@example.com> wrote:
2011/4/12 Anton Meixome <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
I'm experiencing a horrible performance in Pootle since a couple of days.
Is not possible only affects me
- strings not translated but I can't access to them
I experienced the same. Solution: on Settings page you can set how
many rows are displayed on one page. When I set it to 50 I had the
same problem. I set it to 30 and now it is fine.
- upload de .po is too slow (more than 2 minutos for 45KB)
- fatal performance of navegation
I hope when the help update processes - which has been running in the
background since morning - finish, the site will be more responsive.
The problem is that the update is not run as much in the background
than it was though, on the contrary it pretty much blocks regular
operation to to the heavy i/o load it causes.
This is partially to blame on a bad database design used by pootle,
and to the fact that the mysqldb currently uses myisam, and that locks
the whole database table, thus limits concurrency.
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