I'm trying to surf on a website on winXP, but IIS response is very slow. It doesn't load a lot of images (red x). Besides, it alerts always there's no connection (from each page to the following), asking whether I want to connect. The browser keeps waiting for images then it fails. What can I do?
I'm working on a site that is just *extremely slow* on certain pages that are very database intensive. Now... I've worked quite a bit with databases before - and this is different. It's ridiculously slow. I've looked through the long ASP script (it's a calendar listings page, with some more db stuff under the calendar). There's not really anything else I can do to fix up the code. I've consolodated SQL statements, converted everything to GetRows... closed my objects immediately... etc. I've also added indexes to the db fields in my WHERE clause of SQL. The page isn't *that* complicated that it should take so long. Sometime it even time-outs. I've tried so much, and nothing is working. Could it be that I need a dedicated server? Something I'm missing in the code? (It's really long so I'd prefer not to post it if possible but I might). MySQL
I developed a page that takes from the database based on a select information and displays that on the screen. My problem is that the display proces is very slow, it takes time to display the results. Code:
I have a development box running Windows NT Server 4 SP6a with all the latest hot fixes and patches. Up until a couple of days ago, it was running IE5.0 without problems. I upgraded to IE6 SP1 and ever since, whenever I access the default ASP web site, it takes ages for the first page to appear. After that subsequent pages load fine. Code:
I have migrated to Vista Business and installed IIS 7.0. I moved some classic ASP pages from my old XP box running IIS to the new box. I've made no changes to the code, which worked fine on the old machine.
They also run fine on a remote server. On the new machine, the ASP pages are running extremely slow and timing out with the error "cannot display the web page." I've verified that I'm making connections to my Access database (which is fine for my low-volume site) and closing the connections. I've checked the IIS log and seen no issues. I turned off my firewall briefly, which didn't help. I watched perfmon and didn't see that unusual amounts of resources were being used. Code:
I have an asp site that of late is having a very very slow response at the production environment and it is taking 6-7 minutes to do the basic operations that are needed. We have come to know that the performance has deterirated after the recent release.
Going through this thread IIS 6.0 slowing down one of the suggestions listed was to make sure one destroys objects the code creates which I have taken care in all the pages. Actually all the new changes that were to be done involved working with session or local variables and so no com objects were touched.
We are using Windows 2000 server with SP4 at all the environments. Could someone tell me some suggestions on how to identify the problem? This is a problem faced by many at the clients end and this occurs even on server restart. Please let me know if there are any additional details that are needed.
I've got a client that has a site that seems to be serving images up slowly. win2k, xeon, 1gig ram, the box is inhouse. HTML generation and viewing is blazingly fast. The page size runs around 165k, but is taking 7-10 seconds to download all the images.
I ran a netstat -an on the box, and see a load of time_wait messages.
The guy who does the networking for them insists that since the images reside on the same box as the web server, the slowness has nothing to do with the internal network. hhhmmmm.....
I know there are a hundred reasons for the slowdown, but does the logic of images on same box not having anything to do with a slowdown make any sense?
I have a basic asp page running that is very slow it has to crunch some info and when a user hits submit it can take a minute or more for a response. So what I did was call a second page that should show a gif that is asking them to be patient.
Unfortunately this never shows (See below). I have tried other ways as well, but I have been unsuccessful in getting the gif to show. This has to be simple but I'm not a skilled asp developer so I don;t know how to do it. Anybody have any ideas?
The following code runs in less than one second when used in an ASP page but when used in Session_onStart() in global.asa, the first page in a new session is delayed by more than thirty seconds. The code seems to work - its just slooow. Why is this so and how do I fix it?
Dim cnComDoc Set cnComDoc = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") cnComDoc.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=c:comdoc.mdb;Persist Security Info=False" cnComDoc.execute "Insert into SessionInfo (SessionID,BeginDateTime,IPAddress) values ('" & Session.SessionID & "','" & FormatDateTime(now(), vbGeneralDate) & "','" & Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR") & "')",,adCmdText + adExecuteNoRecords Set cnComDoc = Nothing
I am running a query from MS FoxPro and displaying a table after the query is ompleted. I assume the query of the criteria takes longer than displaying the table...but in this case it's reversed.
After the Query is complete, it takes about 10-20 seconds to display the table, which consists of just information from the database. i.e. customer name, number, vehicle make and model, date it was purchased. Those simple items. Is there a way to make it load/display faster? I am using ASP and MS FoxPro.
Anyone know what might cause my ASP to start running slow? It's been running fine until today. Today when I pull a repost, it takes forever to for the code to create the page.
When I go into the Access database itself and run the individual queries, they run just fine. It only takes a fraction of a second for the data to apprear. When I run the ASP code to see it on the webpage,it takes around 30 seconds!
Anyone got any recommandations on what I need to check? It just doesn't make any sense that all the sudden it runs flat out SLOW.
My ASP pages have very slow connections with SQL Server database, although eventually it will reach the page and get the results. The SQL Server database and IIS are in the same machine, I have no idea why it will cause the problem.
where I can find information regarding a problem I am having with w2003 ii6 and asp.net. The first page load each morning can run to 1/2hr, which as you can imagine is not exactly making anyone happy. There doesn't appear to be a newsgroup dedicated to asp.net, though I may have been looking in all the wrong places.. so many groups.
I've found some info on the web related to the problem but nothing which discusses what may be going on, nor how to diagnose it.
The server is Windows 2000 Advanced Server with SP4 and all updates. The client machine is Windows 2000 Pro with SP4 and all updates. The browser is IE6 SP1. The same client machine, if I am visiting the application through local network, it's ok; if I disabled LAN and use built-in modem to use dial-up to connect to the web server, the IE always crash. We already disabled all firewall when testing dial-up. We also tested XP Pro with IE6 SP1 and all the updates, the same result.
I have a stored procedure that is large and accesses the database a lot which slows down the loading of the home page. Is there anyway to load the whole HTML page and then load the stored procedure inside the page?
I have developed an application in asp which is available over intranet. the first page of the site is a login page and allows the users to enter their credentials and login.
The login page is a simple html page. The site works fine , but after quitting if it is left idle for about 30 mins, the next user who tries to login it takes about a minute to process to finally enter the site. after which it again becomes fast.
what can be the reason for the site being slow only when it is accessed after being left idle for some time?
I am using Response.BinaryWrite to display JPEG's to the browser. The problem is that in IE, one particular JPEG is loading very slow. Normal JPEG's take a few seconds, but this one sometimes takes up to 30 seconds. THe weird thing is that if I refresh really quick, the JPEG appears for quick second, and then the new Response.BinaryWrite kicks in. So, it looks like the browser has the image, but for some reason it is not finishing loading it into the browser. Code:
website is experiencing extremely slow reaction times. Web pages are taking a long time to load. The site is designed with ASP pages coded with VB Script and run on an MSQL 2000 Server. We are looking for help / tips on how to debug and troubleshoot the problems.
I've got a list of variables which have data. Most of them are empty at the time of testing, so it could only be worse if they had data....
Here's the code below. Basically what I want it to do is:
I am trying to test a website that uses ASP on my PC. I am running Windows 2000 and have IIS 5.0 installed.The first page is a form where the user enters a password. When the form is submitted the progress bar indicates something is happening, but I can leave it for 20 minutes and the file has not loaded.
I am using the URL http://localhost/webname /.
I have tested it on 2 servers and the script works. I have had similar problems with other ASP pages and assume the problem is something to do with IIS.I have tried re-installing IIS.
All this while I have been running my ASP pages on the webserver. In the web server, I can access the web server through the Internet Services Manager. Now I want to access these web pages locally, so that I do my development locally and then when it works, I move to the web server. I have Windows XP Professional 2002 How can I access the web services within this machine? When I type in http://localhost in this machine, i get the message-Page cannot be displayed. Cannot find server.
I just bought a new computer with win XP PRO. I'm trying to set it up so that I can use it as a local host and with IIS etc. I don't really know where to start. How do I start running IIS? At this point, pointing to localhost doesn't work but I'm not sure what I'm supposed to be doing.
I have downloaded this example from this site http://www.iisworks.com/fileman/ i have tried reading the install guide but i still dont understand. I manage to set up localhost in my pc. Anyone who is kind enough to guide me thru step by step....