[wp-hackers] Incredibly High PHP Creation Times on WP SVN?
wordpress at dd32.id.au
Thu Oct 4 23:14:37 GMT 2007
Check for any plugins which make HTTP requests.
Try installing a profiler (Such as XDebug) and check the results of that.
(I use XDebug 2.0.0 + WinCacheGrind to view the output on Win32 + Apache + PHP5.2.4)
Apologies for the last blank email.. i've seen them coming from other people too, maybe the software should reject blank emails??
On Fri, 05 Oct 2007 07:13:33 +1000, Computer Guru <computerguru at neosmart.net> wrote:
> I'm having this really weird issue with WP SVN, wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction...
> On my blog (http://neosmart.net/blog/) I'm experiencing really (really!) high PHP page creation times, on "stock" configuration:
> I tried to disable all plugins and turning off object caching, but it makes *zero* difference. No other script on my site suffers from the same problem (vBulletin, Gallery2, and more).
> I've tried both Apache 2.2.6 and IIS (6 on Windows 2003) w/ FastCGI and *SAPI to no avail. Even with an awesome opcode cacher (XCache), I'm only getting anywhere from 3-50 second page generation times. I installed the MySQL inspection plugin - MySQL queries take .0x seconds *maximum* and the rest is all PHP. I tried PHP 5.2.3 and PHP 5.2.4, no difference. Tried threadsafe and non-threadsafe binaries, no difference.
> It doesn't seem to be a server configuration issue since it works brilliantly for everything else and occurs on both IIS and Apache on two different versions of PHP.
> Does anyone have any idea if any changes in the WP SVN code recently (last 2 - 3 weeks) could result in this bizarre behavior?
> Microtime stats are displayed in the footer, you can compare them to those on vBulletin @ http://neosmart.net/vBulletin/ in the footer as well.
> How do I go about seeing what's causing these exorbitant page creation times?
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