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Old 21st November 2005, 10:50
Brenton Brenton is offline
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Default Apache2 On Suse 9.3 Optimizing?

Hi

First off, I've googled this for a few days now with no real joy.

I have a server set up on a that hosts one site and it seems to be very
slow. The first page can take up to a minute to render. The same site
on a shared hosting plan on RH ES 3 is much quicker.

Not sure what kind of info I need to provide, but maybe somebody can
access the live site and the test site and let me know how to speed
things up?

Live site: http://www.waterfront.co.za
Test server http://196.41.26.38

The default suse setup does seem to be very slow even on my internal
testing box.

Sorry for the vague post, but I don't want to post reams of config data
not being clear what will be of use here.

Regards
Brenton
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