2013-11-04 11:15:56 UTC
I have a serious issue. Got a web2py install running as a service on a
Windows 2003 box with SQL Server, with applications serving 100s of users
in-house. We have a live and test application running on the same install
but pointing to different databases, and due to things not being released
these have diverged quote a bit over the months. We just managed to
reconcile these (with carefully supervised migration - one table at a time)
last week, and the problems started happening. Web2py becomes unresponsive
after a period of use - it just hangs when you try to load a page. There
are no errors in web2py, in the event manager, or SQL. Rolling back those
changes is tricky, as there have been changes to the database and data has
already been added..
When left running over the weekend, its fine. If I try accessing every
page, it's fine (or at least, I can't break it). If it goes into proper use
with lots of other people accessing it, it crashes.
I don't know how to find out what's going wrong. It's a relatively recent
build of web2py, and I don't want to upgrade to throw yet another variable
in there (there also been changes to the server it uses fro its mail
function, though that seems to work fine, and we just removed IIS from the
Any ideas why web2py would just freeze?
- http://web2py.com/book (Documentation)
- http://github.com/web2py/web2py (Source code)
- https://code.google.com/p/web2py/issues/list (Report Issues)
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