rai
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2019-11-28T17:02:08Z
I am using the YAFNet to post new beta builds of software. These builds can be 200MB. When I have made such a post the post is slow loading. It makes me wonder if you load attached attachments to memory or similar? It seems a bit unnessary and will take both time from users and db (my files are stored in db).

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https://www.visualcron.c....aspx?g=posts&t=9797 

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tha_watcha
2019-11-29T15:21:04Z
No the attachments are not cached. I guess it's just takes too much time to load auch huge files from the db.

I guess it would make sense to switch to a file system.
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rai
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2019-11-29T16:06:30Z
Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

No the attachments are not cached. I guess it's just takes too much time to load auch huge files from the db.

I guess it would make sense to switch to a file system.



For various reasons it is not possible to switch to file system. I think the big question is why you try to load the file bytes before anyone clicks download - if it is a file? I mean, I understand if it is an image but why do you do this if this is a file?
tha_watcha
2019-12-01T01:19:39Z
Originally Posted by: rai 

Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

No the attachments are not cached. I guess it's just takes too much time to load auch huge files from the db.

I guess it would make sense to switch to a file system.



For various reasons it is not possible to switch to file system. I think the big question is why you try to load the file bytes before anyone clicks download - if it is a file? I mean, I understand if it is an image but why do you do this if this is a file?



Yes you are right. This issue will be fixed with the next update 2.30.02

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rai
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2019-12-01T12:22:32Z
Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

Originally Posted by: rai 

Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

No the attachments are not cached. I guess it's just takes too much time to load auch huge files from the db.

I guess it would make sense to switch to a file system.



For various reasons it is not possible to switch to file system. I think the big question is why you try to load the file bytes before anyone clicks download - if it is a file? I mean, I understand if it is an image but why do you do this if this is a file?



Yes you are right. This issue will be fixed with the next update 2.30.02



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