[CentOS] tools one could to use to troubleshoot for Apache

Fri Aug 20 19:03:59 UTC 2010
James Hogarth <james.hogarth at gmail.com>

The Google/yahoo site test tools and firebug are great for diagnosing site
responsiveness issues too...

On 20 Aug 2010 19:36, "Whit Blauvelt" <whit at transpect.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 11:46:19PM +0530, Agnello George wrote:
>> Have a question , Suppose i had a client tell me that he can access the
>> web page but it takes long time to view the pages the website is a
>> static website ( suppose this website does not server dynamic data or
>> does not connect to a database )... what would one check other than :
> Even a static site could contain complex pages, in terms of what it takes
> the browser to render them. If the pages are complex in terms of css or
> JavaScript content, or even nested tables, you might see a difference
> running different browsers. Rendering speed varies widely between them.
> If it's not rendering, is it slow to everywhere, or just slow to your
> client's system. What's their bandwidth? Are they behind a proxy? If you
> your client, on different connections, view the page at the same time with
> the same browser, is it as slow for both of you?
> If the question is how fast the pages are being served, you could run
> remotely with wget. It has all sorts of timing thresholds (check the man
> page) which you could reduce until it starts failing. That could quantify
> the speed of the server's response to your remote position on the network.
> Or you could build a little script that writes a timestamp, runs wget with
> its defaults, writes another timestamp, erases the local files wget just
> pulled in, and repeats. Then the difference between starting and finishing
> timestamps will show you how fast the page comes in, and whether the speed
> is consistent over time. A bottleneck could be elsewhere than the server.
> But if you ran this at multiple remote locations you could triangulate.
> Whit
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