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Admin VERY slow since 3.1 (43 posts)

  1. chattan
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    More shovelling to report. As above, my main site and network admin functions worked ok after running upgrade.php, but I later discovered my subsidiary sites remained in a state of complete torpidity.

    I'm speculating, but I think the network update I tried last week must have timed out when everything was running dead slow. I tried it again from the network admin dashboard yesterday and it appeared to do nothing useful, so I logged out and manually applied upgrade.php to each subsidiary site in turn. This prompted the database update message for each site, and they seem to be accessible once more.

    Have the perpetrators of this shambles been shipped to Guantanamo yet?

  2. Publisher100
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Well, things suddenly improved yesterday. My (soon to be former) ISP host acknowledged that the problem was at their end, though they weren't specific about the issue which led to the difficulties.

    In the middle of the problem, the small provider I used asserted that the problems were caused by me, and that I should move my sites to a dedicated host. They generously provided me the name of an upstream provider who will provide everything needed to run the sites at about half the cost.

    So, in part, the mystery remains as I don't know exactly what went wrong, but in part I'm relieved that it wasn't something I did to cause the problem. Of course, it will take a few weeks to rebuild the site!

  3. Advicemaven
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    My admin menu has also been painfully slow, and I don't use multisite. I wish I never upgraded, because I don't want to roll back a version and deal with more potential issues, but it now takes so long to get anything done on my site that I may have to roll back if a new version is not released soon to correct this mess!

  4. Peoney
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi I don't know if it is the wordpress 3.1 upgrade or the Suffusion upgrade because I think both have problem.
    My admin. area is slow and the admin menu buttons on the left are all longer than usual and it intereferes when I am writing/typing; it extends half inch to the writing area. It's so slow and somewhat frozen at times.. I don't have multisite. My other one site is Okay.

  5. shamasis
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Guys ... same here. Not much of extra info to provide.
    Site is fine. Admin pages painfully slow after 3.1 update.

    Tried fast internet, disabling plugin, changing browser/os and what not!

  6. Leodore
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have disabled the admin menu but the admin is still painfully slow. I am running wordpress multi site 3.1.1 its a fresh install with a couple of wpmudev plugins. Is anyone else experiencing this slowness using wpmudev plugins?

  7. sammysounder
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    bump.

    Also, an idea for whoever has to debug this. Is it possi ble that the issue only exists on instances where the datbase and install are on different boxes

  8. mercadder
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Bluehost and multisite here. Sites are very slow, I noticed some huge slow sql-querys in my tmp folder, I´ve repaire and optimized, delete some plugins. Nothing, keeps running slow.

    Some times when I try to open the site from a third party, pingdom/tools for example, I get a message like "interrupted" or form iwebbtool: error.

  9. RankAhead
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I am also on 3.12 with multisite and the admin is very slow... 3-10 seconds per page load. Any solutions out there?

  10. Jamie Marsland
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have over 50 blogs and my multi-site has suddenly started to take about 2 mins to load each page in wp-admin. Front end loading fast. It's unusable as it stands.

  11. Unsal Korkmaz
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

  12. LeinVerheij
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I tried the upgrade option but there wasn't one available (just installed wordpress so already have the latest version).
    I've noticed that the longer I work in the back-end (I'm setting up a site for a client, so need to create pages and posts and get everything sorted) the slower it gets. Disabling the admin bar and plug-ins doesn't change anything.

    I was hoping someone has found a solution by now...

  13. elanbailey
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi all,

    I just wanted to weigh in here to say that after upgrading from 3.1.4 to 3.2.1 I was experiencing all of the same symptoms of the original poster.

    • Using multi-site (only six sites in the network)
    • My wp-admin was excruciatingly slow (1- 2 minutes to move between any pages, links or actions).
    • I disabled all of my plugins with no improvement
    • Installed wp super cache, no change after configuration and some movement through the site
    • I found that the speed of the front-end of the site was fine

    Finally tried reverting from my chosen premium theme Dynamix to Twenty-eleven and the back end speed immediately improved to seconds instead of minutes.

    I even tried reverting back to the Dynamix theme just to be sure it wasn't the super cache plugin kicking in. As soon as I turned Dynamix back on the admin side slowed to a halt again.

    Hope this helps others.

    elan

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