[wp-hackers] Re: Very slow comment posting
Robert R. Marsh, SJ
rmarshsj at hotmail.com
Thu May 8 20:57:37 GMT 2008
Timing reveals that the bottle neck is not in wp-comments-post.php -- 0.2s
out of about 40s. So the holdup must be in the redirection/reload.
Any clues, guys?
> Ok - here is an idea how to find it:
> First check the wp-comments-post.php.
> Do the following:
> before wp_redirect_location($location); (at the very end of the file)
> if(get_option('mytimer')) update_option('mytimer',timer_stop(););
> else add_option('mytimer', timer_stop(), '', 'no');
> then go to you phpMyAdmin (or whatever you use)
> and inside the options table look for the option mytimer.
> this will be the time it took for going through the
> Then you will know if the bottleneck is inside this file.
> If so move the lines up and up and up until the time is
> reasonable again.
> Then you will know where that bottleneck is.
> At least this is what I would do.
> 2008/5/8, Jamie <intoxination at gmail.com>:
> > Austin Matzko wrote:
> > > Perhaps it's slowed in the wp_allow_comment function as it looks
> > > through 150,000 comments for a duplicate.
> > >
> > >
> > It only checks for duplicates in the current post.
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