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  1. Hello fellow PW devs! This is a short story from the server management trenches. These past couple of days trying to solve an unexpected problem: after DigitalOcean patched the droplets in NYC3 region last week, my client's droplet became almost useless and went down a couple of times. The droplet has 2GB RAM and was running Ubuntu 16.04 that was updated to kernel 4.4.0-116 after the patch. The server was provisioned using Forge (forge.laravel.com). After sshing into it, and running "top" I've noticed the cause: "php-fpm7.1" processes (3-5 instances) were spiking the CPU to 100%
  2. I'm building a site and i noticed that loading time is very slow when we enter the site address for the first time. It takes about 1 minute or more just to start loading files and displaying the content. However, after that period it's very fast and everything is ok. Once the page(s) is/are loaded, i can refresh them quickly and without any delay. any one faced like this problem? and what can i do to resolve it. more details: ProcessWire 3.0.80 hosted type: VPS this message appear in admin dashboard: " Warning: your server locale is undefined and may cause issue
  3. I'm displaying a list of products which are found by their templates, but the pages are taking a very long time to load. At first, I blamed it on my image rendering (using PIM2), but even with all those images now stored in the file tree, the page is taking abysmally long to load. ProCache seems to help but I don't feel as though what I'm trying to do should be gnawing the bones of my resources quite so long. The variable for the selector is defined in my header include: $productCatList="prod_series|prod_series_ethernet|prod_series_access|prod_series_accessories|prod_series_fiber|prod
  4. I have a website with a slow page load mainly due to a slow query on a listing. I think there might be a better way to query the data / arrange the data back end which is what's causing the query to be slow. So the data is like this Area -> Level -> Path, the path then links to a pool of units included within that path. The units then have study locations listed as child pages for that unit with contact information etc. I have a page where i list all the study locations, but because i'm going through every unit and then every child study location page it takes
  5. hey there, i have a collection (parent page) of persons (child pages of 'collection'). each person has several fields. two of them are repeater fields where the person can enter their 'jobs' and 'recidencies'. i'm trying to build a list of entries which looks like: Actor Peter Maria Paul … Doctor Eva Julia William … for the first 5 persons everything worked smoothly. but now that i've reached about 20 entries the server slows down and i'm wondering if my loop is somehow cluttred up. <?php $langname = $user->
  6. Hello, I've searched high and low and this came to a point where there's not much I can do. I'm simply unable to view the site, now. So far: 1. index.html - HTML file is fast, so it's not an apache problem. 2. text.php - A simple php showing php info is fast, so it's not a PHP problem. The site has been becoming slower and slower over time. I installed xdebug and I get the results you can see in the attached images. I'm concerned because this is a problem that is getting worse, and worse, and worse. To the point to which is impossible to keep working in the websit
  7. Hello, Getting random pages with $oldPosts = wire('pages')->find('template=post, shown=1, limit=100')->findRandom(16); works fairly good. About 500ms But without the limit=100 it takes more than 6 seconds. There are only 60 pages with template post but it will be thousands when the app is live. Is there a more efficient way of getting random pages?
  8. Often I use the internal domain names ( in hosts file ) with the extension .local. Sites developing with that extension responds as it should in safari (mac). On Google Chrome however, the respond is very slow. It looks like Google wants to collect as much data posible and before the request is send to apache the data is send to mighty Google. Changing the extension from .local to .loc (in host file ) solves the lagging for me. Hopefully this post is helpful for people experience the same issue.
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