Is this a new problem? Did the server perform OK until recently? Have you tried re-booting? In some cases 3rd party applications, or FoxWeb scripts get stuck and consume a lot of CPU cycles, causing a general server slow-down.
Also, you should try to isolate the part that is slow. What happens if you call a FoxWeb script that does nothing, other than return "hello world" to the browser? What about accessing a static web page? Could it be that data access is slow? Experiment with different basic scripts, until you find what is being affected.
Sent by agsy on 06/05/2008 06:48:01 PM:
Can anyone help me resolve our problem with Foxweb?
I've checked the server (CPU,MEMORY,DISKSPACE, NETWORK, REMOTE DATA ACCESS) and almost anything that I could think of but they all look fine and still Foxweb is responding very slow.
I have also test the speed connection between the web server and data server it looks very quick.
Can anyone help me sort this problem please??? Thanks!