Does it hang in other browsers? And also check with another device and another network.
I would then try to see if curl http://container_ip:xxxx/wp-login.php is hanging on the server. The actual container_ip:port, you have to take from the nginx file in /etc/nginx/applications/appid.conf (there will be a proxy_pass).
If all the above still hang, I guess we can then assume it's something inside WordPress.
For inside WordPress:
Disable LDAP plugin and others one by one and see if it has any effect. I suspect some plugin is slowing things down, it's the most common issue.
Update metabase to 0.41.1
Better approach for column ordering in exports (#18450)
Tools for fixing errors problems with Postgres semantics of limits (blank display of error table) (#18432)
Raise MB_DB_CONNECTION_TIMEOUT_MS to 10000 as default (#18354)
Allow caching of fonts and images (#18239)
@khadanja from your forum account, I was able to trace it down and for some reason our state showed 2 installed apps. This sometimes happens, since we don't closely track our users.
I have reset the state now, so can you try again?
Update Trilium to 0.48.2
Set default icon for clipped notes by @sigaloid in https://github.com/zadam/trilium/pull/2246
hide tooltip after clicking on a button, fixes #2228
fix backend API's getNote, getBranch, getAttribute, closes #2230
fix restoring note revision, closes #2232
allow async scripts in runOnBackend(), fixes #2243
@teamcrw Do you think you can try with a new install? Maybe there is some update issue, I can check after you can verify the below.
This is what I did
Installed a new package
Setup user and checked the Diag view.
Then, I go to File Manager and edit the /app/data/php.ini like below:
; Add custom PHP configuration in this file
; Settings here are merged with the package's built-in php.ini
post_max_size = 100000M
upload_max_size = 100000M
upload_max_filesize = 100000M
Restart the app
Check the diag view again: