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Hi,
I have got a problem like this

when I connect to Jforum in my company , ( use for company internal only) , the speed is very low.
Sometimes , I had waited for 10sec ~ 30sec for one page load.

And , when I submit a topic, it took about 30sec to finish.

So , Can you tell me a problem which I had get it, and show me the solution how can I improve it ?

Thanks


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It is difficult to make any kind of recommendation with the information you provided. Can you provide some specifics on your infrastructure being used? Like, jForum version, server specs, network speed, what DB & app server (and versions) are you using, is the DB & app server on the same box or different servers, what OS ....

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