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Too many expensive calls (priority ?)[edit | edit source]
- One of the extensions installed in the wiki allows the use of Parser Functions. If a expensive parser functions like #ifexist: and PAGESINCATEGORY are overused in a single page, the page is listed in the Category:Pages with too many expensive parser function calls.
- Why fix:
- When too many many expensive parser function calls are present in one article then those calls over the limit will not work and the calls be act like they weren't present.
- Help links:
- How to report:
- Pages that exceed this limit are automatically categorized into Category:Pages with too many expensive parser function calls
- Steps to resolve:
- The templates should be rewritten to avoid overuse of the expensive parser functions.
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