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10 second TTFB on individual files
10-07-2014, 05:49 AM
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RE: 10 second TTFB on individual files
Make sure you run more than 1 test just to make sure you don't have an outlier (from the sound if it you might already have done that).

Those 5 files all appear to be served from the main www domain so they are not being served through cloudfront and are all calling into php.

It looks like your main site is also behind CloudFlare (which shouldn't be a problem but you don't really need 2 different CDN's). You might want to reach out to CloudFlare and see why those requests are not being cached. It could be that they disable caching for resources with a .php extension or with query params even though the response headers say it is cacheable and they have css/js mime types.

Ultimately, if you can figure out why those 5 requests are SOOOO expensive on your server, everything will be a lot faster anyway. The main HTML seems to respond fast enough so it has to be something in the app code specific to those requests.
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RE: 10 second TTFB on individual files - pmeenan - 10-07-2014 05:49 AM

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