So, my Repls work fine; when I load them, they connect without any issues. However, if I select code, make any changes, or just interact with it in general, it instantly starts loading and won’t stop. I believe it’s due to the CPU. If I don’t interact with it and simply run it, it works and loads smoothly. But as soon as I perform an action, the CPU usage jumps all the way up to 100%, causing it to not load. I have to fork it every time; this issue occurs consistently.
kill 1 work?
Also, which problem do you encounter? The one in the title, the one described, or both? If both, at which stage does the error show?
It will just say “reconnecting” and display that message in the title whenever I attempt to perform an action. It gets stuck in the reconnecting process for quite a while—usually, it doesn’t resolve itself for up to 30 minutes or more. Even if it does stop, sometimes it just happens again. I typically have a solid 10-15 minutes of interaction time with the Repl before this issue arises. The other concerns related to the CPU and such all occur at the same time.
In that case, try forking the repl and see if the forked version works. Or transfer the code over into a new repl.
Is it 100% because of the CPU? If so, you might want to change the title (of your topic).
Well, when it does occur, the CPU always spikes up to 100%, so there’s a good chance it’s CPU-related. However, it makes no sense because it doesn’t happen all the time. Like I said, it just occurs in random spurts. For example, the CPU will be fine, but if I select a single line of code, bam, it shoots up to 100%.
It works for a little, but then the same thing happens again. I had made a topic about this before, and it occurred even with a small code that was only in one file. It made no sense, but at that time, repls were experiencing downtime. However, now they aren’t, and it’s still happening.
Does this happen on all your repls?