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apache speed issues with Fedora 3 x86_64
I'm running apache 2.0.52-3.1 on my Fedora 3 x86_64 server and some
pages take forever to load, even on machines that are on the local
subnet. I just installed Wordpress for a homepage, and it takes around
6 seconds to load. My photo gallery, which I'm running gallery (which
I've run for years) loads the photo gallery page in about 5 seconds.
What tools are out there to pin point what the bottleneck is on my
system? Could it be apache? Could it be my harddrive? Could it be a
misconfigured php or apache config file? I have yet to find anything on
the web saying apache 2.0.52 is slow. I'd hate for it to be my hardware
config, since it's a new system and everything else runs fast.
I guess I'm looking for tools to help me solve what's going on behind
the scenes on my box...
Probably going to run a network sniff on the machine to see if it's
something timing out on the network, but wanted to throw it out to the
masses before I started looking thru lines of sniff....
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