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[Resolved] [Plugin: WordPress SEO by Yoast] Publish post gets slower after installing WP SEO – 0.1.8

  • M

    @infolegal

    Hi,

    I know I’ve read about this somewhere in the threads and it looked like you knew of the issue. Seems that after installing 0.1.8 the publishing of a post becomes a lot slower.

    Wierd is that it gets hung up somehwere in the queries. The post is being published in the backend, but the admin is left with a “in progress” page which usually takes up to 2 minutes to refresh and show the “published” message.

    PS: even so, it is the best SEO plugin I’ve worked with
    PS 2: I like the auto-generation of titles better (it recognized the format introduced in the Titles page, which isn’t happening anymore).
    PS 3: best thing: focus keyword.

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  • Plugin Author Joost de Valk

    @joostdevalk

    Hey M, let’s follow up on this when you’re running 0.1.9, coming out in a bit. If that doesn’t have the issue I know what might have caused it 😉

    M

    @infolegal

    Great! Looking forward to the next version and thanks for addressing this issue.

    Just another thought: do advanced features really have to be in the publish post page?

    Plugin Author Joost de Valk

    @joostdevalk

    Yeah, you can hide them though right? (or actually, they’re hidden by default) They have to be there because they apply for that post or page only…

    M

    @infolegal

    You’re right.. Not everyone’s as lazy and happy with the “out-of-the-box” options..:)

    M

    @infolegal

    Thanks for the update and the small tweaks that weren’t necessary needed (like the new dashboard options 😉 ).

    As for the slowness, publishing did get a bit better.

    I would be interested in doing more tests in the admin to see what is taking so long, but I’m not sure what exactely to do to see the queries. Would debug queries (configure in wp-configure) help?

    Plugin Author Joost de Valk

    @joostdevalk

    It’s generating a new sitemap when you publish a post, if you disable that (on the Dashboard -> XML Sitemaps) it’ll probably disappear. Not much to be done about that…

    M

    @infolegal

    I never use that option because it broke my site when I first installed the plugin.

    Plugin Author Joost de Valk

    @joostdevalk

    What option?

    M

    @infolegal

    XML sitemap (Check this box to enable XML sitemap functionality.) – I had it enabled once and it broke my site then I disabled it and never used it again.

    Plugin Author Joost de Valk

    @joostdevalk

    You’re not using it and yet posting is slowed down? That’s weird… It’s not doing much more than saving a few variables besides that…

    M

    @infolegal

    Yeap. Usually, after the page is loaded and post is published I only see 2 requests ( i have firebug). So you can image why I was wondering about the slowness.

    Plugin Author Joost de Valk

    @joostdevalk

    That is weird… Well debug queries could help…

    M

    @infolegal

    I will try it and come back with information, if I have any.

    Plugin Author Joost de Valk

    @joostdevalk

    Superb, thanks!

    M

    @infolegal

    So, I enabled the debug queries option in wp-config and got a 65 MB file in about 15 minutes 🙁

    Luckyly the only PHP notice from WordPress SEO is this one:
    [06-Dec-2010 14:01:16] PHP Notice: Undefined variable: canonical in /home/domain/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-seo/frontend/class-frontend.php on line 232

    Not sure if this helps at all, but I am pretty sure now the SEO plugin has nothing to do with slowness.

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