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Robzilla32

Slow loading of unread activity and low res pics

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Recently - say, over the last three weeks - I have noticed that the site is very slow at loading activity streams based on unread items. Sometimes taking minutes to load the page or not at all. I have recreated my unread Custom Activity streams but this hasn't fixed it. Before this happened, the banner about re-indexing appeared at the top of the page so I was expecting some slowness for a while but not for it to continue for this long.

Also, pictures are displaying in a low resolution in message threads until you open the picture.

Multiple browsers (Firefox and Edge Chromium) and platforms (Android and Win10).

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Hi @Robzilla32

To confirm, if I go Activity > Unread Content is this the page that is slow? Or is it Activity > My Activity Streams > Unread Content ?

The images in topics should be thumbnails but not low res, can you link me to one ?

Thanks,

Christian

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Hi @PranK

It is both of those Unread options that you list above plus any custom that you create. It seemed to resolve itself for a bit this morning but is slow again. Sometimes the waiting for google analytics status popup is displayed while the delay is occurring:

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Regarding low res thumbnails, compare this one which is low:

Vs a high res example:

Cheers

Rob

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Same. I've just noticed most picture attachments within posts are also low res unless you click and open them.

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