Screw the server load (for now)
PC slowed right down so I had a look in Task Manager - Memory usage had peaked (has pretty much never done that before).advertisement
TM said the culprit was Chrome - so I looked in the Chrome TM, which said the culprit was TDU-Central (only had 4 or 5 tabs open).
Terminated those 4 tabs and the memory usage dropped immediately and the PC was responsive again.
Last thing I did was edit one of my posts.
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Thread: Client Load issue
01/02/12, 09:25 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,203 | #1
Client Load issue
01/02/12, 09:38 AM Location: Scotland, UK | Posts: 13,391 | #2
Looks like your browser got stuck loading something from the site. Typically this can happen with a Flash based product but the only Flash item you should experience is the TV video that sometimes shows. Other than that you'd need to note down the URL that Chrome is 'waiting on' for me to be able to check it out. If this was a one time thing then count it down to a browser hiccup, if it's often then gimme feedback and I'll check it out.
01/02/12, 09:39 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,203 | #3
Well there are often delays when trying to edit a post immediately after submitting it - not sure if that was the cause this time.
01/02/12, 09:42 AM Location: Scotland, UK | Posts: 13,391 | #4
That could just be Chrome as I noticed Chrome delays sometimes in loading the editor compared to Opera and FF.
01/02/12, 10:54 AM Location: 'Muricuh | Posts: 1,795 | #5
01/02/12, 11:18 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,203 | #6
You probably wouldn't have done that ad for Chrome if you did have issues with it
01/02/12, 11:21 AM Location: Yo mama's house | Posts: 2,808 | #7
4 or 5 tabs open? Then you say about my 2? I see how it is...
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01/02/12, 11:23 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,203 | #8
You had the chatbox page open twice - I'm pretty sure that's a more load-intensive page compared to most. Besides, staff are explicitly allowed to have double-standards
01/02/12, 11:23 AM Location: Scotland, UK | Posts: 13,391 | #9
the latest vB has the new editor so we'll see how that copes when we go to it.
01/02/12, 11:26 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,203 | #10
The one with auto-save, and resizable by dragging from the corner? Yeah it's pretty cool.