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Re: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9

Posted: 04 Oct 2013, 00:39
by roshambo
Does

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define('DETECT_ARTICLE_LANGUAGE', false);
in config do the same thing?

Article hover came back for me. Fox had a hack to remove those that helped tremendously before, searching...\

edit: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2299#p12699 but this breaks 1.10. It would be nice if there was a setting to disable this entirely whether it's in preferences or config. It's a major performance difference.

edit2: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2299#p12694 levito's post disables it, currently lines 1320-1322 in js/viewfeed.js this has fixed it for me.

Re: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9

Posted: 04 Oct 2013, 09:13
by fox
What are you people running tt-rss on that basic js dom processing takes literal minutes? I demand to know.

Re: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9

Posted: 04 Oct 2013, 09:39
by jkingok
I'm not a complainer maybe because I haven't upgraded to anything close to 1.10 (if it ain't broken...) but as a data point my tt-RSS instance is running on an atom d525 home server.

Re: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9

Posted: 04 Oct 2013, 09:50
by fox
Javascript is not running on the server though, I guess I should have specified client machines.

(my home server runs on an atom d2700 mini-itx board)

Re: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9

Posted: 04 Oct 2013, 10:12
by UksusoFF
roshambo wrote:UksusoFF: were you able to downgrade?

I'm having all sorts of issues in chrome and firefox loading a core for minutes (occasionally crashing tab) about every 20-30 articles and memory usage jumps 100-200 MB during that time. It began around upgrading to 1.10 previously it would take 300-400 articles before it became an issue. The latest build hasn't helped the situation.

yep, but i'm so lazy with mysql.
i'm read all article and then export\import settings =)

Re: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9

Posted: 04 Oct 2013, 11:48
by roshambo
fox wrote:What are you people running tt-rss on that basic js dom processing takes literal minutes? I demand to know.


server on [email protected], win7, postgresql+mongoose, usually 1-2% cpu usage never more than 5%

clients; same FX8320, i3 SB laptop, IBC celeron

All less than 3 years old, nothing real powerful but they handle everything else fine. None of them handled google reader much better without purging read article contents though. The load is heavier than most, about 10,000 articles a week (up to ~2000 at a time), usually less than hour to go through a day, then read the interesting articles over 2-3 hours. From a fresh load with the headline hover on, after about 50 articles it freezes the browser for 10-15 seconds, then after another 50 articles it freezes for 20 seconds and keeps getting worse, within 300 articles the ttrss tab is using 1GB, around 1.5 GB it crashes around 400 articles. Removing the headline hover it takes about 1000 articles for tab to crash but I try to close/open tab about every 500 articles, it's crawling by then, this is about the same with google reader. WIth the purge script I could keep the tab open for days, it never got above 500 MB and it never slowed down, okay maybe there was a 100ms hiccup when you fly through articles and it's purging 50+ articles every time.

UksusoFF wrote:yep, but i'm so lazy with mysql.
i'm read all article and then export\import settings =)


Good to hear, I was about to attempt it before the problem was found to not be ttrss 1.10. A new db would have been much easier for a rookie like me though.

Re: Downgrade 1.10 to 1.9

Posted: 04 Oct 2013, 12:43
by jkingok
fox wrote:Javascript is not running on the server though, I guess I should have specified client machines.)


oh right sorry... In which case the slowest machine I'd ever use to view the web site would be a Nokia n9 (everything else has native clients or is at least a dual core computer) I'll be quiet now :)