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Often times I noticed that my umbraco intranet site starts loading too slow, it's around 2minutes or more..It's too alarming.I tried to ping the server but it's perfectly working...Is there a setup that I need to enable in IIS or is that something that I should work on the application pool or in umbraco site itself?..I badly need your help. Thanks
Theres many things that can cause slowdowns but you need to post version, db setup, server spec etc as all these have a bearing. Could even be a crap host!
I have seen it recently that the URLRewrite module was crippling a site and causing severe performance issues. It is probably worth invesigating that.
The only way you are going to be able to knolw for sure if it is fixed is to try replicate the problem locally, once you know what the issue is you will have a better idea of a fix.
Can you run it locally with the Umbraco debug files in the bin foolder then run a profiler against the code to see where the bottle neck is?
*Note* - it would be really worthwhile putting a wiki page together on how to debug performance issues, as they seem to come up more often.
Hi Brendan, the weird thing is that it's perfectly working on my local pc and on the development server. Probably because Im the only one accessing the site?Hi Simon, Im using Umbraco 4.7, as per the server specs, we have a dedicated server but Im not sure about the full specs since we have an IT doing the admin and configuring the server.
Is anybody here having the same problem?
Would you be able to supply the following details please?
Which version of Umbraco are you using? (you mention 4.7, which exact version?)
Is the slow loading on the front-end website or the back-office admin?
How many content nodes do you have - approximately? (100, 1000, 10,000, more?)
Are you using any 3rd-party packages? (for either front-end website or back-office admin?)
Hopefully these questions can help us pin-point what the issue might be.
At the moment, my complete guess is that the front-end is using a Twitter macro?
As Brendan mentioned, try turning on debug and seeing what the stack traces give you, thats your starting point really to identify the macros causing the slowdown (if any). Also get your IT guy checking they have IIS setup correctly! Out of the box it should be good but with tweaking it should be even better.
Not sure if this package will help but it might be worth installing:
It will enable you to dig a bit deeper and hopefully point you in the right direction.
Hi Lee here's my reply
Which version of Umbraco are you using? (you mention 4.7, which exact version?)-it's Umbraco 18.104.22.168
Is the slow loading on the front-end website or the back-office admin?-both
How many content nodes do you have - approximately? (100, 1000, 10,000, more?)-currently It's around 300
Are you using any 3rd-party packages? (for either front-end website or back-office admin?)no
Hi Brendan, here's the error that I got when I turned on umbracodebug=true
Master template is the same as the current template. It would cause an endless loop! Make sure that the current template ''Template with id: '-1' has another Master Template than itself. You can change this in the template editor under 'Settings'
Can you help me figure out the meaning of this?Basically I have a master mage and within that I have muiltiple sub master pages inheriting the main master page.
Hi Lee and Brendam, thanks for helping me out.
It's weird that umbraco site itself does this kind of masterpage error http://umbraco.com/?redirected=true&umbDebugShowTrace=true
That error is a red-herring, I've seen it on a few other websites (with no performance impacts) ... believe it's a small bug in the Umbraco core.
@Jeffery, in the rest of the stack/trace, are there any parts which seem to be taking a long time to render/process? (You should notice a large number in the right-side column)
Hi Lee, as per checking XSLTSearch has the longest time 1.04534595 seconds.
IF you disable XSLTSearch, does the performance improve? Also check the file permissions, had a site recently with poor front and backend performance (Amazon EC2) and some was resolved by resetting the incorrectly set permissions.
Hi Simon, I'll try to do that in a while, btw Im currently using windows authentication since my site is running as intranet portal. I was able to modify Umbraco's default authentication and as the users browse the site they are automatically identified.
Jeffrey ValerosoSoftware DeveloperPhilippines
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