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  • Jake 5 posts 85 karma points
    1 week ago
    Jake
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    Post-Publish load times very slow

    I've been monitoring load times for my site using site24x7 today since I noticed some speed issues. I have an average first byte load time of 0.558 seconds however when content is published on any page, that jumps to about 14 seconds for every page (until I assume that document type is cached), then it settles back down. This isn't just on my local machine either, once a page is visited it is very fast for other machines.

    Is there a way/workaround/third party service I can make use of to crawl through all of the pages right after a publish to ensure the pages are cached straight away and users don't suffer through a 14 second load time?

  • Yakov Lebski 261 posts 1003 karma points
    1 week ago
    Yakov Lebski
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    14 seconds is looks not good,

    What version of Umbraco are you using? Do you have distributed call enabled? How many servers do you have?

  • Jake 5 posts 85 karma points
    1 week ago
    Jake
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    Hi Yakov,

    Not good at all. We're using Umbraco 8. Not sure about distributed call since I wasn't the guy who set up the config, maybe that's something to look at. I'll have to ask my higher up about server count on monday as well, I'm new to the team so I don't have that info on hand.

    Before leaving the office on Friday I did notice that publishing a child page wouldn't affect other children that didn't share parents as much. Just seems to be a problem with that first ever read (by any machine).

  • Yakov Lebski 261 posts 1003 karma points
    1 week ago
    Yakov Lebski
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    I hope that you have enough resources on server and issues is only in application.

    How many servers do you have? Can you check that happen in umbracoServer table ?

    Can you did cold start?

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