Page loading time
|How Semantic MediaWiki tries to minimize its influence on the page loading time|
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A page (content object that commands information display) is build with the help of different sources (mediawiki-core, extensions etc.) and the effective (as in experienced time) page loading time depends on various factors including:
- Parser functions that are part of a page content (incl. embedded queries provided by the
- jQuery modules required to be loaded (MediaWiki's ResourceLoader)
- Database responsiveness to serve a single/multiple view requests
- Usage of responsive cache providers (redis, Varnish, Squid etc.)
Semantic MediaWiki tries to minimize the influence it has on the page loading time by employing different cache strategies.
Restrict query execution
- Query performance and Restrict query execution
- Embedded links to queries (
limit=0) will have no adverse effect since
Dynamic result printers
- configuration parameter
$wgParserCacheType(MediaWiki.org) - Allows to adjust the
- Help page on caching.
- Help page on performance tuning.