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Backend painfully slow 9 years, 9 months ago #26364

I have M Turbo Full and eacht time I enable it, the backend becomes so slow it is unusable. MTurbo is no doubt the reason as the moment I disable it via XML, and without changing anything else, everything goes back to normal.

I have tried the recommendations on this thread:

www.artio.net/support-forums/m-turbo/mtu...dmin-panel-very-slow

- Checked the core_config queue record and it is "0!"
- Disabled ALL Magento caches

... and still very slow. If it is going to be like this, I will NOT be able to use the extension at all.

I access the backend using SSL and through a subdomain "secure.domain.com" (which is the same as my website's checkout etc) so not sure if the HTACCESS has problems with that?

The cached front end pages work like a charm when the extension is running, so it is a shame I cannot use it.
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Re: Backend painfully slow 9 years, 9 months ago #26366

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Dear Hectorpn,

This issue may be caused a interaction with 3rd party modules, but we are not still sure. Try to comment last line in the file app/code/local/Artio/MTurbo/Helper/Data.php, please.

Thus, from

 
...
}
// this event invokes flushing of the queue for cache after save
// it must be after class definition, otherwise all fail, when magento is compiled
Mage::dispatchEvent('mturbo_load');
 


to

 
...
}
// this event invokes flushing of the queue for cache after save
// it must be after class definition, otherwise all fail, when magento is compiled
// Mage::dispatchEvent('mturbo_load');
 


Let us know whether that editing help you. Thanks.
ARTIO Support Team
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Re: Mturbo Magento admin panel very slow 9 years, 9 months ago #26494

Hi,

I did the code change as suggested here:

www.artio.net/support-forums/m-turbo/cus...ckend-painfully-slow

But unfortunately it didn't improve. Editing a product takes up to 30 seconds and some other backend pages take just as long just to load. Again, as soon as I disabled the extension, it all went back to normal.
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Re: Mturbo Magento admin panel very slow 9 years, 9 months ago #26557

  • jich
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Ok. Try to last fix, please. If it does not help you, we would have to fix it on the spot in your source code.

Try to edit file app/code/local/Artio/MTurbo/etc/config.xml, about line 70 (after editing refresh Magento cache, if any, please)

 
...
<events>
<controller_action_predispatch>
<observers>
<mturbo>
<class>mturbo/observer</class>
<method>flushQueue</method>
</mturbo>
</observers>
</controller_action_predispatch>
<catalog_product_save_before>
...
 


to

 
...
<events>
<!-- <controller_action_predispatch>
<observers>
<mturbo>
<class>mturbo/observer</class>
<method>flushQueue</method>
</mturbo>
</observers>
</controller_action_predispatch> -->
<catalog_product_save_before>
...
 
ARTIO Support Team
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Re: Mturbo Magento admin panel very slow 9 years, 8 months ago #26762

Hi. This last fix finally seems to have worked.

What is the down side? Will it not refresh product listings when a product is edited or is there any kind of trade off?
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Re: Mturbo Magento admin panel very slow 9 years, 8 months ago #26776

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Yes. The aim of that observer is refresh pages after editing products, categories etc.. We are working on a solution of this issue.
ARTIO Support Team
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