The front end is the bundled Rocket code.
The client is Chrome:
Version 99.0.4844.82 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Both client and server are on a laptop:
Edition Windows 10 Pro
Installed on 11/15/2020
OS build 19043.1586
Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.4170.0
I do have a model for a scheduler task, but I usually don't fire up the scheduler process. If I change the filename for that model to scheduler.py.hidden, I don't get those scheduler log entries, but the seismograph still shows an event about once a minute.
httpserver.log says it's the same three requests each time:
220.127.116.11, 2022-03-30 02:42:21, GET, /admin/todolist.load, HTTP/1.1, 303, 0.043000
192.168.4.21, 2022-03-30 02:42:21, GET, /admin/index.load, HTTP/1.1, 404, 0.081000
192.168.4.21, 2022-03-30 02:42:21, GET, /badlist/appadmin/hooks, HTTP/1.1, 200, 0.284000
With older versions of web2py and Chrome, I've seen what I call "cache thrash"; where Chrome seemed to be issuing a blizzard of requests to refresh the cache, and web2py couldn't respond to anything else. This would continue until I stopped the server, which often required a process kill.
Am I see a less vicious form of cache thrash?