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High loading times in Apache Bench

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20 Jan, 2012 07:19 AM

I am testing slim as framework for a RESTful API. I love the neat OO interface and clear documentation. There is however 1 issue that is frustrating me.
Whenever I test a very simple slim app (for example the hello world example) the loading time in the browser is blazingly fast, but when testing the loading times with AB, I never get a loading time < 5000 ms.

I ruled out several possible causes (autoloader, overhead from my own framework, checking a 200 is really returned, testing both from localhost as remote) but whatever I try the loading times are very very high.

I did google around, but didn't find anything. Any pointers are highly appreciated.

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  1. 31 Posted by fmvs on 07 Jun, 2017 02:37 AM

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    I am having serious problem in loading Apache. To solve this problem read this website

  2. 32 Posted by MarcosBL on 07 Jun, 2017 02:49 AM

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    El 07/06/17 a las 04:37, fmvs escribió:

  3. 33 Posted by kugacotu on 29 Sep, 2017 01:46 AM

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    You can connect us with local host.

  4. 34 Posted by Timmy on 29 Sep, 2017 08:36 PM

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    There would be 24 hours load shedding due to ground wires are damage.

  5. 35 Posted by aina0 on 28 Dec, 2017 02:19 AM

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    I am also getting high loading time in my site does cat spraying no more really work?

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