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  • wow..thanks for this review. I’ve been having ajor issues with heavy sql requests…and never thought to look at this plugin. The issues started right at the time I installed it..and are now resolved since I removed it.

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    u’re welcome
    nice plugin, but impossible to use in “real world”….

    Plugin Author David Lingren
    Participant

    @dglingren

    Please have a look at the updates in this support topic:

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/heavy-sql-request-loads?replies=4

    BigDogSF traced his problems to another plugin, not Media Libray Assistant.

    The next MLA release will include some database tuning enhancements. I would be very interested in hearing about any other database or performance issues; post a support topic with any details you have. I’d like this plugin to work for everyone!

    Plugin Author David Lingren
    Participant

    @dglingren

    I have just released version 1.00, which contains enhancements to the “where-used” reporting that requires a lot of SQL processing.

    There are four where-used reporting categories; Featured In, Inserted In, Gallery In and MLA Gallery In. Any of the four categories can be disabled if performance is an issue and the information is not immediately useful.

    The Gallery In and MLA Gallery In categories require the most SQL processing. By default, they are now run once and cached for ten minutes before updating again. You can set these categories to “Dynamic” if updating on each page load is required. The cache is also flushed when posts or pages are updated.

    I believe these features address the issue you’ve raised. If there are other performance concerns, I’d love more information so I can work on anything else that’s causing trouble.

    Thanks again for your interest in the plugin.

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