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    Default beans.opensuse.org causing trouble

    Forum pages never finish loading. Connecting to beans.opensuse.org remains on statusbar in perpetuity. It takes multiple tries to make a reply to thread link functional, and to make a reply submit succeed. https://status.opensuse.org/ claims all systems operational, but it too keeps connecting to beans.opensuse.org on the statusbar, and the busy cursor alive.
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    Default Re: beans.opensuse.org causing trouble

    I do not see that here.
    Using FF as browser. E.g. clicking on the status link you present above opens a new window with the page, all finished in 1 sec.
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    Default Re: beans.opensuse.org causing trouble

    I am also not seeing any problem.

    However, in the past (recent past), I have occasionally run into situations where connections time out. I just wait a while, and try again.
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    Cheers Malcolm °¿° SUSE Knowledge Partner (Linux Counter #276890)
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    Default Re: beans.opensuse.org causing trouble

    So it seems that there are no more problems with beans or any other vegetable
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    Default Re: beans.opensuse.org causing trouble

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    So it seems that there are no more problems with beans or any other vegetable
    Yes, exactly
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    Default Re: beans.opensuse.org causing trouble

    Beans may still a problem (with lectins) if not pressure cooked.
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    Default Re: beans.opensuse.org causing trouble

    Don't know if is what you're describing or only similar,
    But I've noticed a behavior likely related to web page caching...

    When there is a brand new post which can be an original post or a reply,
    It's likely that the very first person who accesses that page "stalls," ie the page starts but never finishes loading.
    I've found that the solution whenever I see a page doesn't load normally (in a second at most over a broadband connection) is to simply force stop loading the page and immediately click the reload button.
    The page will then load immediately.

    Since I have no visibility into the web server infrastructure, I have no idea whether this is just a "feature" of the deployed equipment or a configuration issue... Which ideally should either load first hits more transparently or allow a bypass on first load.

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