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Re: Request for a Dating Module for Xoops 2
  • 2005/7/20 10:54

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I would like to get this fixed version of friendfinder. Do you mind uploading it??



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Re: New to Xoops, is there any way to ignore certain users?
  • 2005/6/16 15:39

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I'm also interested in the feature mentioned above... Is there any update available?



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Re: Mail setup display blank page when
  • 2005/4/4 15:09

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I forgot to mention that my database has 3762 users at the moment and i'm not in a position to start deleting users just to see if this helps...



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Re: Mail setup display blank page when (this post moved to Installation Troubleshooting)
  • 2005/4/4 14:45

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Same thing happens to my site... The Blank Page FAQ didn't helped at all... My site was working perfectly on a different server and now i can't go to this admin page and i don't receive any notification emails... (new user registration emails are received perfectly)

Debug in not showing anything at all... Can someone help?



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Re: Gzip compression really working ?
  • 2005/3/31 21:19

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Quote:

OnePay wrote:
In our implementations "$xoopsConfig['gzip_compression']" returns NULL (it is turned on in the admin), so it would not even try to use ob_gzhandler. However, when I remove the complete if-statement and just put "ob_start('ob_gzhandler')" there is no "Content-Encoding: gzip" in the headers. Only after placing the "ob_start('ob_gzhandler')" on the very first line (in the first else-statement) in the "common.php" file it outputs the site using gzip compression.

Note: I have added this to the bug list.


thank you, thank you, thank you... that really saved me...



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Re: High Cpu Load
  • 2005/3/31 21:16

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I also enabled GZIP compression the hard way after reading a post by OnePay on this page:

https://xoops.org/modules/newbb/viewto ... e=flat&order=ASC&start=10

that says:

Quote:

In our implementations "$xoopsConfig['gzip_compression']" returns NULL (it is turned on in the admin), so it would not even try to use ob_gzhandler. However, when I remove the complete if-statement and just put "ob_start('ob_gzhandler')" there is no "Content-Encoding: gzip" in the headers. Only after placing the "ob_start('ob_gzhandler')" on the very first line (in the first else-statement) in the "common.php" file it outputs the site using gzip compression.


At last... the site is now gzip and loading is much faster... I 'll still wait for a while to have even more online users to see how the response will go...



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Re: High Cpu Load
  • 2005/3/31 20:42

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I changed some settings for blocks caching and i placed the Page timer & MySQL counter hack at the bottom of my page. At the moment page is loaded at about 0.6 - 0.8 seconds for 80 to 95 queries with 70 online users, but this is not the time of the day with the highest traffic. I'll wait for a while to see if block caching helped and i'll come back with more...



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Re: High Cpu Load
  • 2005/3/31 19:39

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Quote:

DonXoop wrote:
Are you using a PHP pre-compiler/cache? That can help. Also a compiled from source Apache, MySQL, PHP, etc instead of the canned binaries can help a lot.


Zend is installed... the rest is default fedora stuff

Quote:
Have you studied your phpinfo(); page and verified optimum parameters? The defaults of the Fedora binaries might be less than ideal with your load. Important: if you're using PHP as CGI instead of module that will cripple the system with your load.


Not sure about that... I'm sending you a pm with a link to my php info page so you can help if you have the time...

Quote:
Have you looked at what if anything is hogging the CPU, via a console "top" command or other detailed command?


Top command shows nothing special. At top is httpd of course... Is it possible to give me a list of any other commands?

Quote:
With the servers on one box you likely don't want persistent connections but is something to play with. Using a socket connection instead of IP to localhost might be faster (can XOOPS use socket?).


i think peristent connections are not used... How can i check that?

Quote:
What about external content like ads? Any local db queries before the external calls? Using phpAdsNew stand alone or with an XOOPS module?


phpadsnew is used standalone but it is running from a different machine. This machine only serves the domain we are talking about with no external scripts...

Quote:
There is a little script floating around that will show the query times and counts. That might show if you have a very high query count or time or just a lot of users.


This is the one i found...

https://xoops.org/modules/news/article.php?storyid=1862

...i hope it's the one you 're talking about. I 'll give it a try...

Quote:
Careful caching of course is a factor.


I'll check caching again... I'll come back with results...

Quote:
You might hack the photo gallery for better performance. I'm not familiar with yours but things like random pics are usually pretty db intensive. No doubt your users are hitting the pics pretty heavy.


As i understand, this is not a db problem... MySQL load is low... System load is the one that goes high...

Quote:
I'm not a fan of using any chat apps that anon users can get to even if you then force a login. They will frequently hit the link and load the app before seeing the login.


I tried turning chat off but there was no improvement at all. It actually got worse because all chatters returned to site browsing... :(

Thanks for your help... If you think of anything else, please post it here. I 'll come back with any results soon...



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Re: High Cpu Load
  • 2005/3/31 14:31

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Quote:

Mithrandir wrote:
Which server OS and webserver do you use?


Apache on Fedora Core



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Re: High Cpu Load
  • 2005/3/31 13:57

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I tried disabling xcgallery and there was a huge difference - not perfect but cpu now is a little below 100%. So i believe this is what causing most of the problem - the rest are depended on XOOPS core i think... Is further development of xcgallery abandoned. Can someone help on fixing thos cpu load problems with xcgallery?[/quote]




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