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Time to First Byte Slow after restore database
08-19-2016, 01:57 PM (This post was last modified: 08-19-2016 01:59 PM by GreenGecko.)
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RE: Time to First Byte Slow after restore database
Yes, it will be. There's decades of experience gone in to making data access fast - it's not just reading data from disk.

There are a multitude of caches which store your data in memory, so that the second time you ask for the same bit of data, it's ready to pass straight back - no disk access necessary. It's the loading of these caches that it taking the time. You may also have similar caches for php ( eg opcode cache ), the web server ( eg open file cache ) and the CMS ( eg full page cache ), all attempting to short-circuit the process of building your web page.

Once you've repopulated them ( assuming they're big enough ), performance will improve.
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RE: Time to First Byte Slow after restore database - GreenGecko - 08-19-2016 01:57 PM

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