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concept21 26th July 2012 21:39

Accelerate startup of ISPConfig 3 login page
 
Dear all ISPConfig 3 users,
First of all, my ISPConfig 3 setup is so beautiful. Thanks to ALL contributors.

I found that ISPConfig 3 login page loads very slowly. It took at least 5 seconds from clicking the url to fully load the login page, that is:
https://ip:8080/

Is there any method that can accelerate this login page loading? I have tried Alternative Php Cache, but it doesn't work on my suphp site. APC even cannot accelerate ispconfig 3 (I checked its cache content by apc.php file)

Then, if I only want to accelerate the main ISPConfig 3 program, how do I make APC work for it? Can you think of other method?


Faithfully. :rolleyes:

concept21 26th July 2012 21:54

More information about my ispconfig3 server:
Xen vm with more than 800MB RAM, clamav is not loaded, only 1 website active. So I think, RAM is quite enough.

till 26th July 2012 22:48

The page loads fast on all of my servers, so it must be a config problem on your server. Check the logs for errors and ensure that the hostname of the server can be resolved quickly.

If you want to use a php cache, then better use xcache. apc cases problems more often.

concept21 27th July 2012 19:38

Hello Till,
Can xcache accelerate the core program of ISPConfig 3 (not include the addon web sites later)? What is the required security level?


Faithfully.

falko 28th July 2012 11:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by concept21 (Post 282873)
Hello Till,
Can xcache accelerate the core program of ISPConfig 3 (not include the addon web sites later)?

It accelerates the ISPConfig web interface, but not the backend processes.

concept21 28th July 2012 20:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by falko (Post 282890)
It accelerates the ISPConfig web interface, but not the backend processes.


Yes, delay time is shorter after I have installed the php5-xcache. Thank You Falko. :)


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