Actually, now that you mention it, it might be because of wikidata -
I read stuff from there in all affected scripts. If I get throttled
there 5s for each element, this might account for the long delays. Let
me see if I can print some debug data. Any suggestion on what I should
look for regarding Wikidata lag?
În sâm., 25 ian. 2020 la 23:48, Strainu <email@example.com> a scris:
> All sites. Currently I also encounter other issues (connection
> timeouts), but the throttling has been going on for days (at least
> since 1/20).
> În sâm., 25 ian. 2020 la 23:46, Amir Sarabadani <firstname.lastname@example.org> a scris:
> > Is it Wikidata only it's all sites? Wikidata uses another set of measures for maxlag, like lag between dispatching to other wiki and lag to WDQS.
> > HTH
> > On Sat, Jan 25, 2020 at 10:40 PM Strainu <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> In the last few days my bots get throttled for minutes and minutes (up
> >> to 10, on the worse instances) on basically all sites I use (ro.wp,
> >> commons, wikidata). I knew about write throttle and I use the default
> >> setting there, but it seems that now I get throttled on read
> >> operations as well. I use pwb from git, currently synced at
> >> 0924e1655ef9e61c86e98884226b18d8250da368.
> >> I checked the server lag and it is 0 most times I see the throttling.
> >> Any idea why do I get throttled for such long periods of time?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Strainu
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