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About files and times

manuelpeiro 7 months ago updated 7 months ago 2

I feel that my current setup is slowly than previous one. I use docker-compose, so the setup it's virtually the same.

I have seen a long "Waiting times", and that the total amount of data downloaded it's very large. It's a sample with a folder containing 137 photos.

Can you give me some light?

Thank you!

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You probably have very large photo files that you are looking at. You can tweak your thumbnail settings from the FileRun control panel, if you wish to have smaller thumbnails. But it's not the size of the thumbnails that makes it slow, it's the making of the thumbnails that takes time. It can be because you have very large files to process, or you have a not fast enough server for your particular case. The thumbnail generation can be solved by running the process from the command line, so that thumbnails are not generated when the user is browsing. See "make_thumbs.php" on this page: https://docs.filerun.com/command_line_tools

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You probably have very large photo files that you are looking at. You can tweak your thumbnail settings from the FileRun control panel, if you wish to have smaller thumbnails. But it's not the size of the thumbnails that makes it slow, it's the making of the thumbnails that takes time. It can be because you have very large files to process, or you have a not fast enough server for your particular case. The thumbnail generation can be solved by running the process from the command line, so that thumbnails are not generated when the user is browsing. See "make_thumbs.php" on this page: https://docs.filerun.com/command_line_tools

Thank you.

I'm going to check again, because I executed the make thumbnails for all users. In a custom folder by the way.