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7/15/2014 7:40 PM
 

I have a website running 7.1.2 and a test version of same site running 7.2.1. The test site seems significantly slower than the live site. Any idead what would cause this? What would I look in hopes of learning why the site is slow?

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Tom

 
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7/16/2014 5:03 AM
 
Hi
Does both the sites are running on same server? Otherwise factors like CPU, memory, network may affect the performance.

Thanks,
Sunil Kumar [ DNN Developer, Mindfire Solutions,India ]
 
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7/16/2014 5:35 AM
 
Tom,

could you please provide some more details? Are the two sites on the same machine? How does this performance issue look like (is it only the first visit to the site that lasts long, and then it works normally)? Also have a look at the EventLog table, is this significantly larger than on the other installation? Are there some exceptions in the site log, esp. concerning scheduled tasks?

Best wishes
Michael

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7/16/2014 5:11 PM
 
Thank you.

The sites are on different machines (both running IIS7)

The slow behavior is just on the first visit to the site. Pages load normally after that. Event Viewer on test site is much smaller than live site. It doesn't appear to have an excessive amount of exceptions.

Tom
 
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7/17/2014 3:14 AM
 
Tom,

this should be simple. The application pool shuts down after being idle for a while, this is normal ASP.Net behaviour. If the site is reachable from the internet you may use a keep-alive service (like http://www.dnnmonitor.com), otherwise you can do that easily by installing a scheduled task that is calling the script KeepAlive.aspx (in the root oof your website, eg. http://mylocaldnnsite/KeepAlive.aspx) every 10 minutes or so - see here for instructions: http://deangrant.wordpress.com/2012/0...

Best wishes
Michael

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