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In reply to: [Easyship WooCommerce Shipping Rates] Issue Detect on Easyship 0.5.8
Note, I am using the free version at this time.
I agree, and I’m ok with call backs, yet those need to be performing within reasonable bounds and non blocking if at all possible. Close to 1 second round trip for a blocking API call is going to be a non-starter for most applications.
So… Here’s what I’m doing. I’ve installed new relic and I have much clearer view of what’s going on. It seems that some of the plugins are doing call home check-ins that are taking up to a second each. Without new relic I’m not sure how I would have found this out. Now it’s time to work with the devs to see why they are responding so slow. Thanks for the feedback regardless.
Side note, I do not have Cloudflare enabled beyond DNS at this point as I’m still in pre prod. Performance tuning will come down the road. This issue is however a blocker as it’s a severe degradation without any load.
Thanks for the response. The VPS provider is one of the top rated and it’s all they do, not something like a GoDaddy. They are a cloud infrastructure provider. The “hardware” doesn’t appear to having any issues and all of the Linux counters look good.
Per the plugins I don’t have any that I’m not using and I don’t have any overlapping. I also don’t have any caching enabled beyond the object cache in Redis, yet disabling that makes no appreciable difference for this issue. I am also already running through Cloudflare.
I’m perplexed. My professional background is server engineering and all appears good, yet I’m not incredibly versed in WordPress and Woo. Any other ideas would be appreciated.