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Website slow?

Post by Rut Row » Mon Sep 03, 2018 5:43 am

has anyone else noticed the site loading and responding slowly?
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Re: Website slow?

Post by Laoch » Mon Sep 03, 2018 5:59 am

Yes. I just figured it was the Russians.

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Re: Website slow?

Post by Nobody » Mon Sep 03, 2018 9:29 am

I thought it's my browser first.
Cleared the cache and it helped! For a minute. Then it starts to lag again. On my phone it even logs me out sometimes.
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Re: Website slow?

Post by J&J » Mon Sep 03, 2018 10:48 am

Been slow for several days.
My phone never stays logged in...

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Re: Website slow?

Post by Rut Row » Mon Sep 03, 2018 2:14 pm

got the following back from the hosting admins. It seems to be working better now.
We have been working on that server lately. Early morning backups might have slowed it a bit.
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Re: Website slow?

Post by phoo » Tue Sep 04, 2018 11:13 am

So I was going to say I'd experienced the slow website, too, but that it was fast today but then when I hit the "reply" button just now it was slow again.

Unlikely it's "early morning backups," especially since this is noon. May want to check with them before I put together a monitoring script and let them know when they're sucking. ;)


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Re: Website slow?

Post by Rut Row » Tue Sep 04, 2018 11:22 am

phoo wrote:
Tue Sep 04, 2018 11:13 am
So I was going to say I'd experienced the slow website, too, but that it was fast today but then when I hit the "reply" button just now it was slow again.

Unlikely it's "early morning backups," especially since this is noon. May want to check with them before I put together a monitoring script and let them know when they're sucking. ;)
do the script please. I'm curious.

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Re: Website slow?

Post by phoo » Tue Sep 04, 2018 1:22 pm

Fast again. And of course I already wrote the script. :)

I'll have it gather data from grabbing the site every 15 minutes and see what it says.


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Re: Website slow?

Post by phoo » Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:49 am

Usually it takes between a quarter and a half second, but...

Tue Sep 4 21:59:21 EDT 2018
Getting http://damnriders.org... ...gotten in 1.023401 seconds.
Tue Sep 4 22:14:22 EDT 2018
Getting http://damnriders.org... ...gotten in 14.310302 seconds.
Tue Sep 4 22:29:37 EDT 2018
Getting http://damnriders.org... ...gotten in 3.703338 seconds.
Tue Sep 4 22:44:40 EDT 2018
Getting http://damnriders.org... ...gotten in 2.222003 seconds.

There were other minor spikes, but that was a big cluster. Note this is only for the main html -- it doesn't include images, embedded scripts, etc. Actual loading would be slower but this gives indications of when things are screwy.


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Re: Website slow?

Post by Rut Row » Wed Sep 05, 2018 10:20 am

phoo wrote:
Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:49 am
Usually it takes between a quarter and a half second, but...

Tue Sep 4 21:59:21 EDT 2018
Getting http://damnriders.org... ...gotten in 1.023401 seconds.
Tue Sep 4 22:14:22 EDT 2018
Getting http://damnriders.org... ...gotten in 14.310302 seconds.
Tue Sep 4 22:29:37 EDT 2018
Getting http://damnriders.org... ...gotten in 3.703338 seconds.
Tue Sep 4 22:44:40 EDT 2018
Getting http://damnriders.org... ...gotten in 2.222003 seconds.

There were other minor spikes, but that was a big cluster. Note this is only for the main html -- it doesn't include images, embedded scripts, etc. Actual loading would be slower but this gives indications of when things are screwy.


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it will be interesting to see a few days worth of data
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