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Performance (Speed) of databases

Stefan Froehlich May 14, 2024

Hi all,

I am curious, because I couldn't really find any other topic about this subject. We are testing databases with a few different use cases and we experience a very noticeable delay in opening the database, even though its practically empty or has at most 40 to 50 entries. 

If I compare this to for example Notion, there the database shows up instantly.

I have tried this now as well on my personal test instance and I see the same delay as well, so I don't think its related to our instance.

I have uploaded an example here: https://app.screencast.com/2ZK4j9PN12sJm

Thanks!
Stefan

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Olie Ryan-George May 23, 2024

I agree with this. I've got a dataset with hundreds of records which shouldn't be much in the grand scheme of things. Whenever I scroll, there is a few seconds of loading time which makes it hard to scroll through to find a row in its context

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May 17, 2024

yes, sometimes databases really need long to load

don't know if it is the content load itself, or as I think more the loading time of header. because also when I scroll the header needs time to be reloaded at its new position.

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