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[Closed] Views slowing site down. Object caching?

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Last updated by Minesh 4 years, 11 months ago.

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#339215

Hi,

I have a site with many custom post types, fields and views - nested views and multiple views on a page.

The page load times are extremely slow and views seems to be the cause of this, I'm experiencing the same issues as described in these threads - but it seems the issues were never resolved. Have you made any progress in fixing this? Views could integrate with W3TC's object caching for example.

https://toolset.com/forums/topic/views-too-many-mysql-queries-killing-performance-and-load-times/

Thanks

#339289

Minesh
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Timezone: Asia/Kolkata (GMT+05:30)

Hello. Thank you for contacting the Toolset support.

1)
Actually, the post link which you shared with us is too old. Views version 1.10 is released with massive improved performance. You can check with following article.
=> https://toolset.com/2015/08/views-1-10-and-layouts-1-3-improve-usability-and-performance/

2)
Could you please send me debug information that will help us to investigate your issue.
=> https://toolset.com/faq/provide-debug-information-faster-support/

#339453

Hi,

Thanks for the response, had a look at the updates in Views 1.10 and they are very good. However none of the caching will be active in my case, as mentioned on your blog caching is disabled when:

- When the View shortcode has any attribute different from name, id or target_id (because it means that the View results can be modified), or when target_id is self (since it means we do not know what the actual target of the parametric search is).

- When the View has a filter or option that requires the current page, current user, current archive data or is a nested View. Note that this invalidates caching for Views with the Don’t include current page in query result query option checked.

Nearly all of my views use a shortcode to tell the view which taxonomy to load items from (it can vary depending on the page), nearly all of my views also use nested views to show a count of the grandchildren as specified in your tutorials. So for me it seems the page loads are still extremely slow on pages that use views.

Do you have any ideas what can be done to reduce this?

Thanks

#339482

Minesh
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Languages: English (English )

Timezone: Asia/Kolkata (GMT+05:30)

1)
After reviewing your debug information I can see that you are using number of 3rd party plugins. Could you please make few test by deactivating all non-Toolset plugins as well as with default theme and notice if is there any performance improvement.

2)
Could you please share few URLs where you experience such performance issue so I can forward that to our next level support and they will check further?

3)
*** Please make a FULL BACKUP of your database and website.***
I would also eventually need to request temporary access (WP-Admin and FTP) to your site. Preferably to a test site where the problem has been replicated if possible in order to be of better help and check if some configurations might need to be changed.

I would additionally need your permission to de- and re-activate Plugins and the Theme, and to change configurations on the site. This is also a reason the backup is really important. If you agree to this, please use the form fields I have enabled below to provide temporary access details (wp-admin and FTP).

I have set the next reply to private which means only you and I have access to it.

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