[TYPO3-english] 6.1.1 Add Image Window Slow Loading

Mike Minckler mike.minckler at brentwood.bc.ca
Thu Jul 11 18:13:54 CEST 2013

OK, I've managed to get around this problem. There was definatley a 
timeout happening while indexing new files added to fileadmin area. I 
solved this by moving my migrated/pics folder outside of the fileadmin 
and then transfering in groups of about 100 pics at a time and then 
browsing for them in the backend. This indexed the new files one group 
at a time and now everything is back where it needs to be and the add 
image pop up has no delays. I can't give any more detail other than the 
indexing process seemed to be reaching a memory or execution limit (even 
though there were no PHP errors). Not sure if the way the indexing of 
images needs to be looked at, perhaps single sql statements per image 
instead of building an array (this is a total guess). Thanks,

On 2013-07-10 11:28 PM, Kay Strobach wrote:
> Hi MIke,
> have you installed FAL?
> Could you please take a look into the sql monitor if fal is asked for
> images?
> Thanks
> Kay
> Am 11.07.13 07:45, schrieb Mike Minckler:
>> Hi List,
>>    I'm in the process of upgrading my site from 4.7.10 to 6.1.1. I'm
>> familiar with the upgrade process and went to 6.0.6 then to 6.1.1 and
>> everything is working great except there is a problem when I go to add
>> an image in a content element. From what I can gather monitoring iotop
>> and lsof, typo is grinding away on the migrated/pics folder, pulling
>> anywhere from 500megs to over a Gig of info before eventually displaying
>> the add image pop up window after about 90 seconds. Each time I attempt
>> to open the pop up or change a folder the pop up hangs as typo starts
>> grinding away on the migrated/pics folder images, accessing the same
>> images over again during each new request as it is only getting about
>> half way through the images in the folder. PHP (5.3.10) max execution
>> time is 240 secs and memory limit is 512 megs. The migrated/pics folder
>> has 2430 images (1.2 Gigs) in it and I suspect that the file abstraction
>> layer is having problems dealing with this many images. Anyone with typo
>> core or FAL knowledge have any ideas as to what may be causing this
>> issue? Thanks!
>> Mike Minckler

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