[Pulp-list] Directory listings via HTTP extremely slow
Bryce.Pier at Capella.edu
Wed Dec 11 15:07:58 UTC 2013
Yes, I’ve noticed this as well. My repos are stored on NFS, which I’m sure doesn’t help either. Fortunately, it only appears to affect browsing the repo and doesn’t impact the serving of packages to yum clients. I don’t think it’s just pulp though as the OEL public repo takes a few minutes to display in my browser as well.
On Dec 10, 2013, at 9:09 PM, Baird, Josh <jbaird at follett.com> wrote:
> Does anyone have a problem with directory listings via HTTP being extremely slow for large repos (RHEL6, etc)? For instance, clicking on a repo that has ~8000 packages can take 2-4minutes to actually load/display. I haven't had this problem with other non-Pulp repos that are hosted on Apache as well (mrepo, etc).
> I'm wondering if it's related to how Pulp stores the packages and symlinks on the filesystem. This particular Pulp server has 8 cores and 4GB of RAM.
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