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From grenoml <gren...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Slow response - Apache 2.0
Date Fri, 13 Dec 2002 05:14:20 GMT
  The problem is still there.  I'm not quite sure of the scenario yet
but after I got a 404 on one page then some pages and all reloads began
to take 15-20 secs again.  Stopping and restarting the server seemed to
fix it.  Really strange.  More testing...

Gerry Reno

--- grenoml <grenoml@yahoo.com> wrote:
>   Ok, rebuilt httpd again only this time with mod_ssl (shouldn't make
> any difference..) and the behavior seems better.  Reloads are much
> faster - at least so far after just a couple of tests.
> I'll keep testing it for a while.
> 
> Gerry Reno
> 
> 
> --- grenoml <grenoml@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >   I read through a lot of the documentation and tried searching the
> > mailing list and read a few posts that also talked about some slow
> > performance under certain conditions but nothing that really seemed
> > to
> > deal with the problem that I'm seeing.  So here's the problem:
> >   I've built and installed a default installation of Apache 2.0.43
> > under Cygwin(1.3.17) on a Win2000 box (1.6Ghz P4, 512M RAM, 150GB
> > disk).  I'm noticing that sometimes it is taking 15-20 secs to
> bring
> > up
> > a local page on my domain.  For example right after I installed
> > Apache2
> > and brought up the http://localhost welcome page and clicked on
> > documentation it took a long time for the documentation page to
> > appear.
> >  Also when I clicked on the very first link on the documentation
> page
> > it again took 15-20 secs for the page to appear.  Now I can click
> on
> > any other link on the documentation page and they instantly appear
> > except that if I hit reload on any page it again takes about 15-20
> > secs
> > to load the page.  Is Apache2 doing some type of reverse DNS
> lookups
> > or
> > something?  I checked the access_log and I see IP addresses at the
> > beginning of the lines.  The weird thing is that if I use IP
> instead
> > of
> > a domain-name I get the exact same behavior.  So can someone tell
> me
> > what I may need to be configured in the 'default' Apache2
> > configuration
> > to cure this?  
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > Gerry Reno
> > 
> > 
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