A few things you can do to determine if its the Mediawiki and its
underpinnings is to make a plain jane HTML page and place it in the root
directory of your MediaWiki install and then attempt to get it via the
browser. When you say the page takes ~40seconds to load does that mean it
takes 40seconds before anything shows up, or 40seconds from the time the
page initially starts loading till completion ?
On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 9:12 AM, <vmp(a)silkwood.it> wrote:
> Try => http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Performance_tuning
> On Thu 26/04/12 09:19 , 'Charlie
> > Can anyone help I'm tearing my hair out with the problem?
> > Charlie
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Charlie Markwick
> > Sent: 24 April 2012 14:53
> > To: 'mediawiki-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org'Subject;Subject: Wiki on LAN running slow
> > I'm puzzling over why our internal
wiki is running so slow. I started a
> > couple of weeks ago typically a page that would have taken a few
> > secondsto load now can take up to 40 seconds.
> > I'm at a loss to identify anything
on the LAN that might have affected
> > it.
> > The wiki is running on a windows 2003
server running IIS and PHP. I
> > haveupgraded the wiki to 1.18.2 no difference. I have tried separate
> > connections to the MySQL database it uses on our MySQL box and they run
> > with no lag. I have moved the install to a local Linux box and also
> > tried a fresh install connecting back to the MySQL Database. Nothing
> > makes any difference. Can anyone suggest how I trouble shoot this?
> > Charlie
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