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04/03/13 20:48:34 (2 years ago)
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SergeyBiryukov
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  • Ticket #4010, comment 28

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    11Aaron, yes the "flickering" I mentioned is the same issue you've reported. I've added some notes to a separate issue which I think is related to the problem with large blogs, it could also be the answer to the status bar issue. http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6369#comment:8 
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    3 On a technical point, what is happening is that the pressing of the button starts up 2 processes. The first runs the import and the second periodically reads the status. The status is being passed between these two in the form of writing and reading a wordpress option. I was finding that it was not being updated into the DB so I update with a dummy value and then back to the actual value, this has the side effect you are seeing. I believe this is related to a core issue http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/13480 but it may also be due to the size of data being stored which is the issue 6369 mentioned above. 
     3On a technical point, what is happening is that the pressing of the button starts up 2 processes. The first runs the import and the second periodically reads the status. The status is being passed between these two in the form of writing and reading a wordpress option. I was finding that it was not being updated into the DB so I update with a dummy value and then back to the actual value, this has the side effect you are seeing. I believe this is related to a core issue #13480 but it may also be due to the size of data being stored which is the issue 6369 mentioned above. 
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    55Does it eventually finish? How long does take to get to 1000 posts and 6000 comments?