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On Mon, Nov 10, 2014 at 4:01 PM, Cor Nouws <> wrote:
Mihovil Stanic wrote on 10-11-14 15:55:
+1 LibreOffice Pootle server is usually very slow. Every few minutes it
blocks and then I need to wait for a min or two until it starts working

Pootle is very slow
* on initial startup (not the problem in this case, as it runs normally)
* when requesting files for download (aka syncing the files to disk)
  due to the way it works, this covers the whole project, not the
file/directory you're interested in.
  So when you want to download files for offline translation, you have
to wait some time until it is served, but other files right after that
will be fast
* when updating against templates (again this involves syncing and
loading back into the database, thus it takes a while)
* creating search index (also only needed from time to time)

And LO of course is huge project. Don't compare it to other
installations that have in total less strings than a single language
in LO...

head over to Apache's pootle for a fairer comparison... It'll make
your browser "freeze" (not really, just it will appear the page has
finished loading, but your curser will not react to hover, etc, and of
course you won't get translations until you wait patiently). But once
you waited for the page to load, and then visit the page again, it
will have the stuff loaded much quicker.

Compared to that we don't need to hide..

That being said: Our setup surely can be tweaked - but without knowing
what exactly the problem is, there's not much to do. What would help
is faster i/o (that always helps if stuff is too big to fit in RAM..
i.e. SSD / RAID) - but of course it would be nice if the actual
bottleneck can also be identified.


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