[pmwiki-users] Wiki speed diferences, no apparent reason

Sandy sandy at onebit.ca
Fri Mar 24 21:19:08 CST 2006

I've never had a speed issue with my site. It's small, still vanilla 
(single wiki, no farmconfig, only recipes that looked very stable). Oh, 
and a simple custom skin; can't forget my skin!


I know it's a fairly recent version of Apache and PHP, think there's a 
Unix shell available, but I use the CPanel interface. Can't tell you 
anything beyond that.

Does anyone know how to get the info needed for the comparison?


Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 22, 2006 at 11:23:18AM -0700, Philip Stitt wrote:
>>> My PmWiki site (2.1.3 with some cookbook recipes) is hosted in a Server 
>>> provided by my university (Nice University of France) and I have never 
>>> experienced a slow down of my PmWiki site.
>>If some admins (like myself) are frequently having performance problems,
>>and other admins (like Jean) *never* have these problems, then I think a
>>list of comparisons might help in isolating the problem. If you are
>>running a wiki that is always fast, I'd like to know how you have your
>>system set up, perhaps I could replicate it. That was really what I had
>>in mind for a "performance" page - who's having problems, who's not, and
>>how do their set-ups compare - including server, OS, recipes, PHP
>>version, etc.
> That would be great -- care to start?  Fill in the following
> details... (include version numbers where appropriate):
>     OS:
>     Webserver:
>     PHP:
>     PmWiki:
>     RAM:
> For pmwiki.org, the details are:
>     OS: Fedora Core 2, Linux 2.4.20 kernel (VPS environment)
>     Webserver: Apache 1.3.33 w/mod_auth_passthrough, mod_log_bytes,
>         mod_bwlimited, mod_ssl
>     PHP: 4.3.11, Apache API
>     PmWiki: 2.1.3
>     RAM:  512MB
> Pm

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