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Just launched and pages delivered extremely slowly

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  1. Tony Powell
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    15 Mar 2010
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    We just launched http://www.murraystate.edu on sitefinity.

    ASP.NET, IIS7

    All during development, pages rendered quickly. Today was the first day of heavy traffic, and site is dragging 60 seconds or more between pages. Admin is worse.

    Requests for .htm pages in actual directories render immediately. 

    We have roughly 1,000 pages.
    Compilation debug is set to false
    caching set to true

    Any ideas?


  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Tony Powell,

    On your website you have pages with output that is about 4 mb and there are 75 requests. You can take a look at the attached video. I suggest that you should implement some optimizations for your pages - compression/caching. Also, the files that you are loading are some external resources - images, js scripts.

    Regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. Tony Powell
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    I watched the video and understand. But all pages on the site are slow, most with only text and one image.

  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Tony Powell,

    You need to reduce the page output. You could try compressing HTTP response stream. You may find this article useful - Performance Optimizations - Why Output Cache is Important

    Kind regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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