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Hoosty

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Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:00
Hoosty
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#11

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

If your modules or blocks do not update with in the max time of the cache limit then set the cache time to its limit.

Anonymous

Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:07
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#12

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

Wow, I have set some to 5 minutes, others to 1 minute. Even though I still do not totally understand cache, whatever it did, it did speed up the site. Now let me find this gzip thing!

appreciate that


eq

Speed

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Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:15
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#13

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

Seems pretty responsive to me. I'm on a T1.

Perhaps they had some bad hops to your site that day? If a connection between you and them goes down it can cause serious slowdowns to some sites but not others. I have had this happen a few times where I can access sites north of me without any trouble but anything south sloooooows down. Things like this are normally resolved pretty quickly within a day or two.

Anonymous

Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:19
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#14

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

Thank uyou speed, I appreciate the look.

eq

Mustang

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Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:22
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#15

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

Speed's fine for me, and I'm on a 56k dial-up (I've got some DNS caching, though, which helps a bit). The page loads nicely, even reasonably fast.

About the Thank-you page I imagine there could be a lot of opinions. I don't really mind about it, but I understand some people would argue that such a page shouldn't appear. It's a question of different perspectives.

Mithrandir

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Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:24
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#16

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

When setting caching, keep in mind that if a block or page is cached, it *may* show the same page to admins and ordinary users alike as it caches the output of a page - so do NOT cache e.g. the main menu block and the user menu block (as they are highly user-dependant) and be careful with module with pages, which have admin-specific abilities.

Anonymous

Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:25
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#17

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

Is there anyway to script around the Thank You Page?

Anonymous

Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:27
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#18

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

Thank you for the info. Mithrandir. I do not know how to Cache blocks though. I justy Cache the Modules so far.

eq

davidl2

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Posted on: 2004/6/17 18:59
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#19

Re: When one of your members Complain about your Xoops site....

If you go into the blocks menu, click on edit on each block - should give you the cache for each one.