Replit hangs when I open it

Bug description:
Replit Hangs when I open my replit

Expected vs Current Behavior:
When I open my replit, the ide loads and then the whole webpage hangs.
Also tried on mobile the same replit hangs.
Since the replit includes some private infos, I cannot public this replit.
But the SSH still works.

Steps to reproduce:
Open the replit.

Bug appears at this link:

Browser/OS/Device: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_7) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/ Safari/537.36

Replit Profile:

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Hey @seanho12345! Welcome to the community!

The Repl seems to be private. Could you make it public so that we can help you fix your issue?

If there is any sensitive information in your Repl, fork the Repl and remove the information.

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Do you have a Screenshot of the page when it happens?

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Everything showed up and then it just hangs there. The webpage becomes unresponsive after that.
Maybe my code is too much for it to handle?
I am running 8x boosted btw.

I have around 1500 lines of code in my main file.
I do find the performance degraded recently.
Before it’s working just fine with this much of code.
Don’t know what went wrong here.
My forked instance also become unresponsive as soon as I access it.

Just did some more digging.
Found that these 2 websocket requests disconnected.

Try using more files, less load for codemirror, although it explicitly says it has large file support.

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Don’t think this is the issue here. The file will load perfectly, but after that it just hangs.

I transfereed all my codes to another replit and it works just fine.
Looks like that particular replit is having some problem.
I also noticed that because I use vscode to ssh into that replit, the storage is almost full because of the vscode-server. Maybe that’s the problem?
Is it possible that a staff to work on this?

I think its the code that is in the vscode-server that is causing the problem. I could be totally wrong about this though.

It also could be because your Repl is running on a faulty Replit machine.

Try editing it with nano and putting some code in other files

What directory are those files in? You can probably do something to keep vscode from creating them