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  Reply # 1843685 10-Aug-2017 17:27
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Some threads are slow, taking 5s to load the page plus a little time to load the static resources. Others are faster, taking only 1s. Generally fine here on 2deg fiber.





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  Reply # 1843700 10-Aug-2017 18:15
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Also noticed some slowness, on Spark VDSL, as well

 

Page 1 of this thread is slow to load but page 2 is ok


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1843707 10-Aug-2017 18:30
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+1 for reponsiveness issues... its like pushing you foot on the gas and waiting 2 seconds for the gear to kick down and boom.... page loads. 

 

VF ADSL and using Safari with  average (usually guranteed to get) speeds of 15Mbps showing via speedtest over wifi (lots of the neighborhood converted to fibre whilst I muck about sorting my internal cabling... long term project  and getting closer by the day to fruition). 

 

 


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  Reply # 1844763 10-Aug-2017 20:58
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It shouldn't be this bad now... Anyway, in the last few days I've done some database cleanup (removed a couple of unused indexes, which should make posting replies faster), changed the parallel execution of queries, upgraded the virtual machines Integration Services (after this thread started) and a few other disk-related things.

 

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  Reply # 1844812 10-Aug-2017 22:09
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I think it is Cloudflare right now. Noticed it with many sites that have Cloudflare in front of it. Still though, running a tonne better.

 

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The LinkedIn script wasn't the culprit. I actually tweaked it a bit and using again. I am fine-tuning the database server and changing the settings for parallel query execution - trying to find the balance between processes executing in parallel but not having lots of parallel executions that might wait for others. I have changed the value again today and it seems page loads are back to the previous levels, without the process waiting that I've seen before. Will continue to monitor.

 





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Yep, noticeably better for me today, thanks!


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  Reply # 1845042 11-Aug-2017 10:55
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Nice dashboard!





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I just use top :(





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