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  • scottsloane
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    I all of a sudden am having an issue with 2.4.2. When entering the Admin page a infinite loop is initiation of loading ".../assets/_resampled/stripThumbnail-<image-name>.jpg?r=<some number>

    During this time the page tree on the left expands vertically (in Chrome and Firefox) and horizontally (in IE8). Because of this I can not edit pages. This is a live site for a client and it is proving to be a real embarrassment that I can not get this fixed. I tried to flush and build to no avail.

    Has anyone seen this type of behavior before? What can I try?

  • swaiba
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    Re: Backed loads indefinately Link to this post

    Willr has a great post explaining debugging...

    http://www.silverstripe.org/general-questions/show/16055

  • scottsloane
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    Re: Backed loads indefinately Link to this post

    well putting the site in "dev" mode stopped the backend issue. I am not sure what is going on here but it only happens in "live" mode.

  • scottsloane
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    Re: Backed loads indefinately Link to this post

    Well it's happening again. However, this time it is only happening in firefox and not chrome. I am not sure what to do about it and am wondering if anyone else has seen this behavior in their implementations of SilverStripe. Basically the back-end is unusable in firefox as the tree view has expanding whitespace between every element and none of the elements are clickable. I look through the debugging information and am unsure how to utilize it for a backend problem.

    Scott

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