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  • macka
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    Hi Guys,
    I've got SS installed on modest hardware... it's just an old box that i've made into a server.. but anyhow - it's modest..
    I have a problem however with page load speed, it's just taking a lot longer than i would expect, i've enabled debug and use the debug_profile=1 to see where things are taking a turn.

    Anyhow - SSViewer::process seems to be the culprit, but this is about where i end my knowledge, so i would appreciate a hand?
    Line is
    18 2474.8816 ms (52.25 %) SSViewer::process

    Any clues? or information i can gather to help?

    Thanks a bunch:)
    Grant

    ps - i think i'm on the 2.4.6 version, there's no version in the bottom left corner tho?

  • swaiba
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    Re: Issue with speed Link to this post

    I have some timers in log messages that goto micro time for me to test each functions speed.

    However SS is a bit slower than other some others - this is being addressed in SS3 I do belive.

  • macka
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    Re: Issue with speed Link to this post

    Hi Swaiba,
    So you're saying i'm stuck with it for now? until SS3 is out?

    Thanks
    Grant

  • swaiba
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    Re: Issue with speed Link to this post

    Nope, I am saying that you can add micro timers in your functions to find the bottlenecks

    And I'm saying that there are (I hope) big speed ups in SS3

  • wilsonStaff
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    Re: Issue with speed Link to this post

    Maybe its been said, but using such a thing as Xcache helped a lot.

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