I'm having trouble at the following Hub - http://imadork.hubpages.com/hub/Whats-That-Movie
At the bottom of the page, above the Comment box, the "See 47179 more comments" link won't load the historical comments. The page times out.
I posted a question on this Hub several months ago and want to search for responses.
That specific Hub has a huge number of comments (it may be one of the Hubs with the most comments).
The page certainly takes longer to load than other Hubs with fewer comments, but I just tested and the page did load fully.
You could easily be running into a system resources issue such as CPU, RAM, network bandwidth, etc.
I got it to load. It just took a while. A database of 47k responses (I didn't count them to make sure they all showed up) is a huge query.
I agree it is massive and spiked my browsers memory through the roof.
Thanks for all the responses. I had to let my machine run overnight to get all the comments to load. Unfortunately, my machine froze when I tried to scroll down. Bummer!
I guess I'll never know the answer to my question. :-(
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