Notepad++ community on nodebb.org
cmeriaux last edited by
It seems that the forum is very slow now, especially when fetching unread posts. Is it a bad feeling or a reality ?
Is it a configuration issue ? Is it a memory leak issue ?
No, it’s not a bad feeling, I’m facing the same problem. For example, upvoting your post took 5 seconds until the upvote count has been incremented to 1.
See also this thread.
It depends. Sometimes it’s faster. But indeed, it’s very slow sometimes !
I hope it’s temporary. Please let me know if such situation lasts.
I will ask nodebb.org team for improving it.
PeterJones last edited by PeterJones
if such situation lasts.
24+ hours later, It’s still occurring. Sometimes, as @dinkumoil said in the other thread, the page auto-reloads while it’s having the issue. And, even worse for me, sometimes when it reloads, it switches to a different page, rather than the last one I was on! (In fact, while writing this post, behind the editing window, it switched from the topic I was responding to back to the unread posts page that I had come from.
edit fortunately, when I hit submit, it posted to the right topic. I wasn’t sure if it would or not.
PeterJones last edited by
I’m not ready to say it’s solved, but this morning, I haven’t noticed a large lag or any of the connection-dropped messages. This is making me hopeful. :-)
Still facing performance issues. A few minutes ago I even had to re-login after a “Connection lost” message appeared.
OK, I will ask nodebb.org team for checking it.
Since this morning I can see that my online status (the dot in my avatar icon displayed besides my comments) is green even when I’m logged out. That means the system considers me to be logged in though the toolbar in the upper right corner shows “Log in” instead of my avatar icon and I can not comment.
When loggin in or out I get constantly the “connection lost” messages, sometimes the site reloads automatically.
This new forum software seems to be very buggy. :-(
Just get the reply from nodebb.og team:
Last week, we added some nginx rate limiting to resolve the issues with performance it seems those rules were too strict and was causing real users to experience slow downs. I have changed those settings, let me know if you still notice lag when switching pages.
It seems the problem has been solved!
Yeah, click response is much faster now!
The only disadvantage of the new forum is that the browser needs to send the referrer in order to allow the forum to work correctly. Since this is a global setting I have to turn it on all the time.