SugarCRM 5.2 so slow!

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  1. tolengo

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    Hi all, i have updated sugarCRM 5.2

    I did it with the following commands:

    1) /etc/php.ini configuration:

    max_execution_time = 120
    max_input_time = 180
    memory_limit = 64M
    post_max_size = 50M
    upload_max_filesize = 50M

    then a simply --> service httpd restart


    2)download from: http://www.sugarforge.org/frs/?group_id=6 this packages

    SugarOS-Upgrade-4.5.0-to-4.5.1l
    SugarCE-Upgrade-4.5.1-to-5.1.0c
    SugarCE-Upgrade-5.1.0-to-5.2.0e

    I installed them from the oldest to the newest.

    ALL OK!

    I hoped that with the upgrade the SugarCRM will be faster but NO!

    Any of this relases had not turn my Sugar faster,

    so my question is : Why is so slow? and Who can i get it faster?


    Thank you.

    J.
     
  2. tolengo

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    Help please ! :D
     
  3. donhwyo

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    If your hardware is up to the minimum specs the only thing I can think of would be to try a clean install from the new version to a new directory and database. Also look at sugars forums and ask there too.

    Don
     
  4. tolengo

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    I'll try it. thanks.

    J.
     
  5. donhwyo

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    You might also try mysql database maintenance first.

    Don
     
  6. johnme

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    Hi

    I did your steps and everthing is ok!
    Elastix 1.3.2 in a celeron.

    I have empty database a new one.
    Try with an empty database first and if you have problem again then something is wrong with your system.

    Thanks
    John
     
  7. donhwyo

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    You might also check logging level. Writing logs can slow things way down.

    Don
     

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