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From "Nigel S. Ball" <>
Subject Re: Gotta Tuffy!
Date Fri, 25 Jan 2002 07:07:47 GMT
On Fri, 2002-01-25 at 14:42, Justin Pywell wrote:
> Hey, if anyone is interested in problem solving I have a good one here.
> My domain, works just fine. We have a custom
> php script forum that worked 100% with hardly any load time on the pages.
> Now that we have reinstalled the server (FreeBSD 4.4) and have (we think)
> everything installed... any page that is loaded in
> like the forum or administration scripts
> take a good 1 - 2 minutes to load the page... we dont have the foggiest idea
> why. I dont know if we need to install more module's or if there is
> something that needs to be done otherwise... the main page of the site (or
> any page not in the php folder loads fine and same with my other sites
> webpages) but anything in that dir is just killer load time. If anyone has
> any ideas it would be much appreciated to get things sped up again :)
> Justin
Without any FreeBSD experience this may be way off the mark. Try
creating a tar file of the duff directory, delete the directory itself
(or rename) and then recreate the directory from the tar file.

This trick used to work with some older *nix systems when directory
access got slowed by various directory problems.

Nigel S. Ball
Enesbe Sales Pty Ltd

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