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I've got a vocabulary with 700 terms and Views term hierarchy weight field enabled (version 7.x-1.6). When adding or movind a term, it starts to recalculate depths for every term, and the "Computing the weight and depth of each term" screen takes more than 3 minutes in a site that is not in production. Vocabulary is not more than 3 levels deep. Drupal version is 7.44.

I disabled the VTHWF module for comparison, and the processing time for adding /moving terms was cut to a tenth, so I thought "great: disable it, move and create, and then re-enable it!"... BUT the missed terms' depths were not recalculated as the module was reenabled.

Any help possible? thanks

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Firstly it depends on your local environment. 700 Taxonomy terms are not a lot but calculation might be affected if your local environment is not powerfull enough. To mitigate your performance drawbacks take two steps.

  1. Make sure you are using php 7 because it actually has a significant performance increase.
  2. Increase your php memory limit to 128MB. Find the memory_limit variable in php.ini file and add 128MB next to it.

Now in the case of your calculation of depth after re-enabling the module issue I guess the correct path to take is the issue queue of the module itself. Issue Queue

  • Thanks! Really no PHP 7 for us in the near future, poor us... Eventually we discarded VTHWF and used drupal.org/project/taxonomy_edge. It turned out to provide us with what we needed, i.e., a way to account for proper order and depth-positioning of any individual term. – Marco Aurélio Rocca Dec 5 '16 at 20:54
  • Using PHP7 since last year, but the mentioned vocabulay was torn down to a dozen other vocabularies, so the issue lost its object... Thanks anyway! – Marco Aurélio Rocca Mar 21 '18 at 18:14

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