[EP-tech] IRStats2: Slow in Chrome?

David R Newman drn at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Thu Oct 8 09:32:07 BST 2020

Hi James,

Yes, I have noticed this as well.  I fixed by change the following block 
of code in EPrints/Plugin/Stats/View.pm

125                 if( document.loaded )
126                       new EPJS_Stats_$js_class( { 'context': 
$json_context, 'options': $view_options } );
127                 else
128 document.observe("dom:loaded",function(){
129                                   new EPJS_Stats_$js_class( { 
'context': $json_context, 'options': $view_options } );
130                         });


      125            google.setOnLoadCallback(drawChart_$id);
      126            function drawChart_$id()
      127            {
      128                    new EPJS_Stats_$js_class( { 'context': 
$json_context, 'options': $view_options } );
      130            }

I also made a similar change in EPrints/Plugin/Stats/View/KeyFigures.pm 
as well.  If you have download stats boxes on abstract/summary pages you 
will also need to make a similar change to one of the phrases in 


David Newman
On 08/10/2020 08:51, James Kerwin via Eprints-tech wrote:
> Hi All,
> I updated IRStats2 to the most recent version back in May (I think it 
> was 1.01 to 1.1) from the Bazaar.
> All seemed well until this week when I looked and realised there was 
> no data. since the upgrade. It turns out it was because of the 
> permissions and ownership of the process_stats file which is supposed 
> to run frequently to process the stats and I assume update the 
> irstats2_ tables in the database.
> After the upgrade the script was owned by www-data (whatever it's 
> called) and the "eprints" user didn't have permission to execute it. 
> Due to the "no output" options set in cron I wasn't getting any info.
> It was my fault for not being thorough enough and it's all sorted now, 
> but I thought I would offer this as a warning to anybody who upgrades 
> and doesn't know to check this sort of thing.
> Also the IRStats2 pages stay "loading" forever on Chrome, but load 
> almost immediately on FireFox. Any idea what causes this?
> Thanks,
> James
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