Jesse firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
The RT system is currently rather slow. Many of the pages takes 10
seconds to build. The database has around 150 tickets. /proc/cpuinfo
says 76.8 bogomips. We will move to a faster machine. – I just
wanted to say that there is a reason for shortcuts…
Bogomips aren’t really a measure of CPU speed. they’re a measure of how
fast your computer can execute a tight loop a bunch of times. Quoting
raw CPU Mhz is much more useful.
cpuinfo didn’t say. But I think it’s a cyrix 166 or something
But it should run 10 times as fast. Does that mean that I should get
a 1.6 GHz cpu?
I probably wouldn’t run it in production with less than a 500mhz cpu and 128
megs of ram in the box. As I said though, there’s ongoing performance work,
though it’s not the highest priority thing going on. Buying faster hardware
and sponsoring work on performance are both valid ways to deal with this.
You can certainly add things to your email templates.
Yes. I was lazy and thought that you maby would tell me how to do it.
It doesn’t say in the documentation. I could read the source, but I
thought that I should ask first. (After I spent 15 minutes searching
Find examples of the links you want in the web ui. copy the URLs.
Paste them into your email templates. replace the static ticket ids
with the same magic blob for ticket id in other templates.
/ Jonas - http://jonas.liljegren.org/myself/en/index.html
jesse reed vincent – email@example.com – firstname.lastname@example.org
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