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On slow connections the first 'serve' takes eterninty #279

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honzajavorek opened this issue Sep 15, 2018 · 2 comments
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On slow connections the first 'serve' takes eterninty #279

honzajavorek opened this issue Sep 15, 2018 · 2 comments

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@honzajavorek
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@honzajavorek honzajavorek commented Sep 15, 2018

On slow connections (like mine) the first request to python runserver.py serve takes

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It's because the talks archive repo is cloning and basically everything is building. Maybe this could be happening only before the first request to the relevant routes? 🤔 The same could be true for all other requests doing significant computation.

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@hroncok hroncok commented Sep 16, 2018

Agreed.

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@honzajavorek honzajavorek commented Mar 11, 2019

This is something I was able to address with a new architecture in my experimental "fork" - https://github.com/honzajavorek/py If the "fork" becomes upstream one day, this issue can be closed.

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