slow web interface

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  1. arashino

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    hi everyone

    why elastix 2.0.3's web interface is slow? I have to work with freepbx instead of elastix user interface.
     
  2. Lee Sharp

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    How loaded is the system? Get on the console and run 'top' and see what the load is.
     
  3. linuxwookie

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    This is happening to me as well on some Elastix 2.0.3

    in my case the system is not loaded, avg < 1.00 and logging into ssh seems fine. Only apache/php seems to be delayed for somereason


    could this be a DNS issue? The PBX that is slow has not external access


    Regards
    WL
     
  4. fmvillares

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    it could be a dns related issue but im also seen this type of behaviour on broadcom based network card servers ...replacing kernel with the latest one and latest linux broadcom driver solved that for me
     
  5. linuxwookie

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    after doing some investigation I think its related to the apache/php cache system

    I keep seeing errors in the logs related to /tmp/cache (which did not exist) I created it and it did not help.

    I then disabled the SOAP cache altogether and poof everything came back fast and working. the only slow part left is the ajax scripts on the sound recording page.


    So not sure if I broke something by disabling caching and I will spend more time on it when time permits but it does seem to be a problem in apache/php caching


    Regards
    WL
     
  6. hinzinho

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    Interesting as I got the same issue on a 2.0 test version. This started after I disconnected the pbx box from the live network and plugged to a router with no internet connection.
     
  7. fmvillares

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    Re: Re:slow web interface

    thats probably dns issue as many dns related commands are sinchronous and blocking events...
     

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