here's the problem.
We have a page that is updated every day. This page contains macros:
There are 7 excerpt include macros. When one of them is changed to point to another page and I click on the save button, the page saving takes up to 30! minutes. Even whole Confluence is inaccessible for few minutes (sometimes).
This also occures when "bigger change" is applied on page - adding few new lines, adding new macro.
However, when "small change" is applied - adding empty lines, removing empty lines - the page is saved in normal time - immediately.
Some additional info:
Do you have any ideas or suggestions what might be wrong?
I don't have an answer for 30min delays, but for those who have 2-3 minutes response times, I usually advise to check:
Transforming the XML of the page to HTML takes a bit of time. One email is compiled for each watcher, and in total it's quite a lot of work (bug CONF-21846).
For 30 minutes, though, it has to be something more than watchers. As a side note, emails are put in a mail queue so the speed of your SMTP server doesn't impact your performance.
I don't think RSS feeds could be a problem since I think they're built when you request them, not when you save the page.
I cannot advise further as this is clearly not my area. Just in case I would look whether there are pending queries at the database level during those 30 minutes, otherwise let's wait and see if some other people can provide more suggestions ;)
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