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client Web site very slow

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by Takumi80, Nov 7, 2015.

  1. Takumi80

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    Hi guys, sorry for my english

    i have problem with many joomla clients site, the administrator backend is very, very, very slow and frontend is not fast
    i'm checked for all settings form cPanel and server config but i'm not find the problem

    server centos 6 + cloud linux

    i bought vserver from Hetzner
    2 vcore
    8GB Ram
    200GB SSD

    it's impossible to the slow site, why? i don't understand

    please send me a help
    thanks
     
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    You might troubleshoot issues with the site by disabling any custom styles and addons, and see if things change. Also make sure any scripts on that account (like joomla) are up to date.

    There's really not much anyone on these forums can do to assist you with a slow site. You'll have to investigate the site itself, check if other sites on the server are slow too, or is it just this one, check error logs for that account and server, and go from there with what you find. You don't tell us anything of importance with your post.

    A slow site does not necessarily mean there's an issue with your cPanel. More often than not, it's an issue with the site. As a Hosting Provider its your job to know the difference.

    If you've got issues with all sites on the server, posting basic server specs are of no use, more Info is needed. Error logs showing the problem, recent history of what's been changed or added to the server (cloudflare, nginx, bobs awesome server tweaks, etc.) would be helpful to someone wanting to try and assist you.
     
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    thanks for reply
    the strange of slow velocity is for the machine in top of post
    with 8gb ram and 200GB SSD if i have only 1 site active the backend is not possible slow
    there is a problem in software settings because the hardware is ok
    have a check to suggest
    thanks
    i think that, the php compile is the problem but i don't have experience with cpanel and easyphp3

    if i chose apache 2.4.16 and php 5.5.30 + cloudlinux how can chose the option for compiling php
    i want webserve with mysql (mariadb is the best solution i think) and mysqli support
    cagefs for security
    thanks
     
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    this is the test for SSD velocity

    # dd if=/dev/zero of=test bs=64k count=16k conv=fdatasync
    16384+0 records in
    16384+0 records out
    1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB) copied, 7.58265 s, 142 MB/s



    # ioping -R .

    --- . (ext4 /dev/sda1) ioping statistics ---
    1991 requests completed in 3001.4 ms, 711 iops, 2.8 mb/s
    min/avg/max/mdev = 0.1/1.4/35.0/2.0 ms
     
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