It take longer now to log a qso

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9k2hn
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It take longer now to log a qso

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Hi,

Since updating to the latest version of Log4OM V2.31.0.0, I have noticed that it takes around 26 seconds to log a qso!! although I have disabled all uploads in the background (qrz.com, clublog, and HRD) it still takes 26 seconds for each qso to be saved.

I'm using MariaDB 10.4.24

My PC is Windows 11
32GB ram
Processor I7-10700 CPU @2.90Ghz 8 Core
526,532 qso

Any idea what I should do? or do I have to live with it?
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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Help/Log Level -- select Trace in the pulldown.
Log a QSO
Help/Open Log File
And post the log file -- hopefully shows where the delay is.
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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Hamad,

For the sake of "trouble-shooting" can you create an SQLite d/b and then log a couple QSOs and see what the response(s) might be?

Mike's suggestion regarding the Trace log would be likely be helpful in both d/b tests.
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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There has already been a lot of conversations about Maria issues on this forum it seems something changed so it might be a good idea to read the other threads - Search Mysql
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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Hi Mike,
Sorry for the late reply, I was traveling and just came back, here I attached a copy of the log file



I hope it help you pin point the issue
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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9k2hn wrote: 28 Feb 2024, 03:51 Hi Mike,
Sorry for the late reply, I was traveling and just came back, here I attached a copy of the log file



I hope it help you pin point the issue
Do not post log files on the forum they contain your sensitive information and make it possible for hackers to access your PC

I have deleted the file for you
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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Thank you Terry for the help in deleting the log file, Can you guide me on how to solve my issue or is there an update that will fix this issue will it be available shortly?
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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9k2hn wrote: 10 Mar 2024, 18:45 Thank you Terry for the help in deleting the log file, Can you guide me on how to solve my issue or is there an update that will fix this issue will it be available shortly?
Hamad,

Did you review this thread that discusses the Maria d/b ??

https://forum.log4om.com/viewtopic.php? ... ria#p37384
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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Thank you for the reply, Due to my limited knowledge in the database thing, I installed MySQL instead of Mariadb and moved my log there.
But the problem is still there it is extremely slow. any other suggestions?
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Re: It take longer now to log a qso

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9k2hn wrote: 12 Mar 2024, 07:36 Thank you for the reply, Due to my limited knowledge in the database thing, I installed MySQL instead of Mariadb and moved my log there.
But the problem is still there it is extremely slow. any other suggestions?
Why dont you use the default sqlite database?
73 Terry G4POP
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