• Resolved Zee

    (@laserjobs)


    Every Time a transient is expired from shr_api_res-xxxxxxxxxx my site gets bogged down massively. If I make any changes in the Shareaholic control panel it does the same thing. Is there a reason it would be doing this or a way to fix it? Recently the site was moved to SSL.

    It is looking like a specific group of transients.

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by  Zee.
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  • Plugin Author Shareaholic

    (@shareaholic)

    @laserjobs Is this new after the move to SSL or has this always been the case? Your MySQL database may need some cleanup operations.

    Zee

    (@laserjobs)

    The site was moved to SSL a couple weeks ago. I did turn off the share counts and Disable server-side Share Counts API. Do you think it is just a matter of the database cleaning up the shareaholic data after the change? Do you recommended settings, reset or just let it keep going at this point?

    Transients example
    a:3:{s:6:”status”;i:200;s:4:”data”;a:4:{s:9:”pinterest”;i:0;s:8:”facebook”;i:0;s:6:”yummly”;i:0;s:11:”stumbleupon”;i:0;}s:8:”services”;a:4:{i:0;s:9:”pinterest”;i:1;s:8:”facebook”;i:2;s:6:”yummly”;i:3;s:11:”stumbleupon”;}}

    Plugin Author Shareaholic

    (@shareaholic)

    @laserjobs It should be quite safe to clear out the Shareaholic related transients if you want to try that. We use the WP-Optimize plugin to keep our own blog’s DB clean, you could try that.

    Zee

    (@laserjobs)

    Well it seems that transients are being created constantly throughout the day and then expiring. Does the plugin still create transients even with the counts off?

    Plugin Author Shareaholic

    (@shareaholic)

    It should not. Share Count cache should only be created if those server-side count calls are being made. Would you mind giving me admin access? Would love to take a look. jay at shareaholic.com

    Plugin Author Shareaholic

    (@shareaholic)

    Following up here. @laserjobs and I addressed this over email.

    We believe it was likely due to a database caching issue with W3 Total cache and Memcached where the data was too big. This was resolved.

    Zee

    (@laserjobs)

    Transients still appears once in awhile but not like before. Like you said probably due to caching issues. Marking it resolved.

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