Why WEB interface is so slow?

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Why WEB interface is so slow?

Postby bruno31 » Thu Nov 19, 2015 4:11 pm

Hello

Why it is so slow when I change the share rights on a folder on the WEB interface?
It takes often several minutes before I can go on.

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Re: Why WEB interface is so slow?

Postby tflidd » Thu Nov 19, 2015 5:47 pm

Hard to tell with so little information. If you are using raspberry pi, you are perhaps just lacking some power. You can improve loading times by setting up caching. Have a look at demo.owncloud.org, it reacts pretty fast.

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Re: Why WEB interface is so slow?

Postby bruno31 » Thu Nov 19, 2015 7:39 pm

OK so I give additionnals info:

It systematically happens on the WEB interface of owncloud,
when I select a folder, click the share icon, select a group or a user to share with,
Then I have a small icon turning to show something is in process.
Then I don't have the hand during several minutes.
After several looong minutes, the sharing possibilities are displayed (modification rights, reads, etc.).

My server is running on DEBIAN and is a fast server and only dedicated to owncloud, and I have less than 5 users.

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Re: Why WEB interface is so slow?

Postby tflidd » Thu Nov 19, 2015 11:01 pm

Logfiles are a good starting point: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=7330

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Re: Why WEB interface is so slow?

Postby bruno31 » Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:43 am

I have already look for log files many times (owncloud server, owncloud client, apache, php), for other bugs within owncloud,
and I didn't see anything that could cause this.

When I reproduce this, i.e. every days, I have NO trace in the logs at the same time.

I'am not facing an error but a lack of performance. I guess LOGS can't trace this, although errors can impact performance.
But as I said, this is not the case.

I have this issue since the beginning, since I use owncloud.

I think it is about how AJAX within the web explorer deals with the server.

I can't beleive I'am the only one!

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Re: Why WEB interface is so slow?

Postby tflidd » Fri Nov 20, 2015 12:06 pm

You can try to increase the loglevel. On a dedicated server it should definitively run much faster than you described your situation. If there are problems with your browser, it should also show up on demo.owncloud.org (it's currently not available: https://mailman.owncloud.org/pipermail/ ... 01748.html). Anything else is on your server. Did you increase the log level to show all sorts of errors and warnings?

How did you install owncloud? Packet manager? On apache with mod_php? Mysql? Version 8.2.1?

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Re: Why WEB interface is so slow?

Postby bruno31 » Fri Nov 20, 2015 1:44 pm

Also the strange point is that it is slow only just after selecting a user/group to share with, and before selecting the rights (mail notify, can share, can modify).
It takes time to print the rights (mail notify, can share, can modify),
but when they are displayed, I can select/unselect very fast.


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