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Old 22nd June 2006, 11:02
Grebog Grebog is offline
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Default function make_vhost takes long time


i have 32 domains created, but if i try to create additional one or delete a domain, it takes a very long time (over 30 minutes) to complete the function make_vhost (i have tried to debug this...)

i use a p4 dual core 2,66 GHz with SuSe 10.0

the apache2 is preforked.

is it normal, that it takes a very long time if there are over 30 domains?

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Old 22nd June 2006, 13:54
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Originally Posted by Grebog
is it normal, that it takes a very long time if there are over 30 domains?
No, thats not normal. On a sytem Celeron 2GHz with 200 websites it takes about 40 seconds.

Did you get any errors in the ISPConfig.log?

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