I’m having extremely slow page loading on both the site and the dashboard. I’m not seeing any errors in the apache error log.
I actually installed a bare-bones installation of WordPress and a new database in the root of my web folder just to remove the chance of any issues with plugins, themes or virtual hosts.
I’m running a cURL error reporting tool that turns around and loads the web page (by its local name.) and I am getting results that look like this…
The script essentially does this :
$execute = curl_exec($ch); $info = curl_getinfo($ch); // Time spent downloading, I think $time = $info['total_time'] - $info['namelookup_time'] - $info['connect_time'] - $info['pretransfer_time'] - $info['starttransfer_time'] - $info['redirect_time'];
Downloaded 6926 bytes in -0.0035 seconds. Which is -15.1538 mbps CURL said 0.0063 mbps curl_getinfo() said: ------------------------------------------ url http://nas/ content_type text/html; charset=UTF-8 http_code 200 header_size 206 request_size 147 filetime -1 ssl_verify_result 0 redirect_count 0 total_time 8.322598 namelookup_time 0.001145 connect_time 0.001605 pretransfer_time 0.002845 size_upload 0 size_download 6926 speed_download 832 speed_upload 0 download_content_length 6926 upload_content_length 0 starttransfer_time 8.32049 redirect_time 0 certinfo Array redirect_url
So it looks like something is going on in the PHP….
How do I further narrow this down?
Local non-php pages load in fractional seconds.
This user appears to be experiencing the same problem….
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