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Old 24th January 2008, 00:54
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Default Slow connection to FC6 system post-LAMP install?

Greetings,

First, I'm an utter novice.

I have a FC6 system running on a HP dc7700p PC (4 GB RAM, 2 250GB HDD's, Intel Core 2 Duo [Intel Q965 Express Chipset], at 2.13 GHz, Gigabit ethernet, ATI Radeon X1600XT video card). After installation of the LAMP server according to the How-to (omitting the ISPConfig, BIND database, and mail server), I noticed a big slow-down in my remote connection (but from within the LAN) to the system via a SSH client. Also the Apache web server was VERY slow to serve pages from this system to my office PC (within the LAN).

Any suggestions as to how I can go about diagnosing and resolving this problem?

AdvTHANKSance,

--Clay
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