JQuery causing system slowdown after 2.5.1 upgrade (3 posts)

  1. slicksno
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I actually posted this in another thread and decided that this was a separate issue and so I should start a new post. I didn't see any other posts on this subject when I searched so here goes...

    My problem seems to be that there are hundreds of autosave jquery.js requests that are awaiting responses and are hosing up the process. Some of them are not getting a response for approx 140000ms. Is that normal? Doesn't seem like it. The image loader is coming up but is so slow and I am not sure if it is really working. I have been waiting for about 15 mins to upload 2 images that are only about 44K each...

    Anyway it seems like the jquery is out control, at least by what I can see in Firebug. It causes my system to run at 100% cpu in task manager.

    And the requests from jquery start piling up before I even try to upload files... Sorry this may be a separate issue from the uploader, but didn't start until upgrade to 2.5.1...

    I have tested this in both IE and Firefox with the same result. The only plugins that I have installed are Google XML Sitemap and Top Level Categories 1.0.1, which are both the latest versions as of this post.

    I have rolled my WP installation back to 2.5 and everything works great...

  2. tgwilson
    Posted 7 years ago #

    There are a couple of threads going on this subject.

    For us, adding a "disable autosave" plugin (http://samm.dreamhosters.com/wordpress/plugins/disable-autosave.php) is what finally did the trick.

    Check out: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/170942?replies=17 and http://wordpress.org/support/topic/172302/page/2?replies=65 for other suggestions

  3. slicksno
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I will check that out, thanks. The funny thing is that I rolled back to the 2.5 code and then just applied the security fixes that came with 2.5.1 and everything seems to work fine. So something changed but I couldn't narrow down what...

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