Running: Fedora Core 6 Perfect Install Client Side Web Site Versions: ISPConfig 2.2.8 Apache 2.2.3 MySQL 5.0.22 PHP 5.1.6 & 5.0.4-fast-cgi Jetbox CMS I noticed the latency with two of my customer's websites when I made the switch from Fedora Core 4 to Fedora Core 6. Latency on the new software was about 33 seconds. I wasn't sure if it was the change in kernel or the change in php version so when I installed version 5.0.4 in parallel to 5.1.6 in brought down the latency from 33 seconds to about 12 seconds. And after running a "yum update" the latency went to about 18 seconds. So just so that I don't loose the clients I created a simple HTML page with the same CSS with "Click Here to Enter Site" while the website loads just to give them something to do while the latency takes its time. The HTML page loads immediately. There is another client that stayed on the Fedora Core 4 Server with php 5.0.4 and his index.php page loads immediately. The only difference is that Fedora Core 4 is behind a generic firewall provided by our ISP and the Fedora Core 6 system is behind IPCOP 1.4.11 & Copfilter add-on with HTTP antivirus scan/filter enabled. Should I create a flash movie that lasts about 15 seconds and loops to add to the HTML page? Could it be the mysql queries? Code: tail /var/www/web3/log/error.log [Thu Dec 07 07:44:36 2006] [error] [client] File does not exist: /var/www/web3/web/favicon.ico Trying to reduce massive latency. Help is greatly appreciated.