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[Resolved] Poor ajax behaviour for views called

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Last updated by thomasB-2 8 months ago.

Assigned support staff: Christian Cox.


When in look in my GT Metrix score i see five badly perfomance values coming from post admin-ajax.php wich all calls some toolset views.
How to optimize these behaviour.

The system itself should have enough server power - was an vServer with 4x vCore (XEON CPU, 8 GB Ram und an SSD) with 1024MB memory limit for the system itself.

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Christian Cox

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You can try turning off preload and cache for AJAX views, which will help limit the number of AJAX requests you have running at one time. If you have any Views set to automatic pagination like sliders, you can stagger the interval of those animations. Those are usually the most effective optimizations possible.


It was only he placed Slider wich needs so much time.
I deactivate it now and try to find an other solution.