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Site performance

Discussion in 'XenForo Questions and Support' started by kkm323, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. kkm323

    kkm323 Well-Known Member

    Site performance

    i've been reporting my Site performance for the last month hoping for to get better but without any luck

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  2. Jake Bunce

    Jake Bunce XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    What kind of web server do you have? Shared? Dedicated?

    Was there any significant happening that coincided with the decrease in performance? Perhaps an increase in traffic or installing a new web application?
     
  3. dutchbb

    dutchbb Well-Known Member

    This can have many reasons, a while ago our site was slow because the /temp directory was full... This is just one thing that can happen. Many other problems can cause bad performance. First of all you should talk to your host.
     
  4. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    Well ... I hope you just have a case of massive increase of traffic that your server can't take it anymore :D

    jokes aside ... (assuming this is not a shared host ... because if it is then the answer is easy : get a new host)
    first-aid :

    Check the log rotation and clear all of the logs and temp files
    Check the DNS servers and if any are failing
    check your MySQL server's config files ... (compare with default) and if you are running a remote SQL check that server (run repair and optimize)
    ....
     
  5. kkm323

    kkm323 Well-Known Member

    I have VPS
    No google analytic shows a hug decrease
     
  6. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Either there's something wrong with your server, the route to/from it or your content.
    No page should take 15-20 seconds to load.

    I don't know what your site URL is but you can use Alertra to compare loading times from various locations.
     
  7. Jake Bunce

    Jake Bunce XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    My experience with VPS servers is that they are consistently slower than shared or dedicated. Maybe it's because of the overhead from virtualization and the partitioning of resources. It may be possible to improve performance by adjusting your server configuration, but I don't know much about that stuff. I would just get a new server.

    With respect to xenForo, I haven't seen any reports of performance problems. Quite the opposite.
     
  8. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    I know why : 1. because you are using Cpanel on a 512 MB VPS Vs Cpanel for an entire shared environment (or even on 1MB)
    2. misconfigured your http server / swl server
     
  9. Blandt

    Blandt Well-Known Member

    ... and I don't want to beat the dead horse any further :D :D ..

    virtualization is just a layer between the pool of virtual machines and the actual hardware (which can be several clusters for that matter) Server CPUs are designed for virtualization .. to name the leading technology Intel VT http://www.intel.com/technology/virtualization/technology.htm?iid=tech_vt tech

    If you chose a cheap host that still uses Celeron CPUs for 2056 VPSs then don't blame the VPS :D
     
  10. Dean

    Dean Well-Known Member

    What is running on your site?

    A forum? xf?
    What happened/changed about the time you saw the increase?
     
  11. kkm323

    kkm323 Well-Known Member

    sorry guys I contacted my hosting co.
    and they moved my server to a new place.
    lets see what happen

    by the way my Alertra result is attached
    thanx all
     

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