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Perlmonks is very slow. I have tested this site from many locations, and although network connection is bad from some locations, it seems that it's the site itself that is slow.

[rebel@hydrus rebel]$ /usr/sbin/traceroute www.perlmonks.org traceroute: Warning: www.perlmonks.org has multiple addresses; using 2 +09.197.123.153 traceroute to perlmonks.org (209.197.123.153), 30 hops max, 38 byte pa +ckets 1 192.168.123.254 (192.168.123.254) 1.181 ms 1.109 ms 1.962 ms 2 10.33.96.1 (10.33.96.1) 9.433 ms 9.131 ms 18.006 ms 3 pos0-1-nycmnyb-rtr2.nyc.rr.com (24.29.97.113) 9.216 ms 8.780 ms + 9.920 ms 4 pos3-0-nycmnyd-rtr1.nyc.rr.com (24.29.97.21) 10.215 ms 10.408 ms + 10.445 ms 5 pos5-3-nycmnya-rtr2.nyc.rr.com (24.29.97.38) 9.291 ms 24.512 ms + 10.025 ms 6 pop2-new-P3-1.atdn.net (66.185.137.29) 10.729 ms 9.779 ms 10.44 +8 ms 7 bb2-new-P0-1.atdn.net (66.185.137.18) 10.051 ms 10.336 ms 10.91 +9 ms 8 bb1-nye-P4-0.atdn.net (66.185.152.196) 209.445 ms 214.379 ms 21 +3.826 ms 9 bb2old-nye-P1-0.atdn.net (66.185.152.87) 12.547 ms 10.887 ms 11 +.259 ms 10 bb2-vie-P8-0.atdn.net (66.185.152.201) 163.221 ms 211.253 ms 22 +7.308 ms 11 bb2-chi-P6-0.atdn.net (66.185.152.214) 35.390 ms 34.344 ms 34.5 +21 ms 12 aol-gw.cgcil.ip.att.net (192.205.32.237) 36.900 ms 36.473 ms 38 +.336 ms 13 tbr1-p013902.cgcil.ip.att.net (12.122.11.205) 37.986 ms 36.807 m +s 40.990 ms 14 * * * 15 gbr5-p30.n54ny.ip.att.net (12.122.11.10) 57.526 ms 56.267 ms 96 +.317 ms 16 gbr4-p100.n54ny.ip.att.net (12.122.5.110) 55.172 ms 60.944 ms 5 +5.466 ms 17 gbr1-p20.phlpa.ip.att.net (12.122.2.18) 58.739 ms 58.249 ms 58. +922 ms 18 gar1-p360.phlpa.ip.att.net (12.123.137.21) 57.630 ms 58.248 ms +58.251 ms 19 12.125.176.98 (12.125.176.98) 67.124 ms 64.718 ms * 20 perlmonks.pair.com (209.197.123.153) 65.605 ms 66.857 ms 82.911 + ms bash-2.05$ traceroute www.perlmonks.org traceroute: Warning: www.perlmonks.org has multiple addresses; using 6 +6.39.54.27 traceroute to perlmonks.org (66.39.54.27), 30 hops max, 40 byte packet +s 1 user.hsrp.w18.nyc.access.net (166.84.1.30) 0.934 ms 0.714 ms 0. +446 ms 2 S8-0-0-T3.l3core.nyc.access.net (166.84.64.14) 1.879 ms 1.554 ms + 1.327 ms 3 panix-r.netaxs.net (207.8.210.94) 3.510 ms 2.344 ms 2.667 ms 4 169.130.235.13 (169.130.235.13) 2.336 ms 3.420 ms 2.740 ms 5 12.125.51.209 (12.125.51.209) 3.441 ms 3.429 ms 3.009 ms 6 gbr2-p70.n54ny.ip.att.net (12.123.1.134) 3.282 ms 2.824 ms 2.78 +6 ms 7 gbr4-p70.n54ny.ip.att.net (12.122.1.177) 2.120 ms 2.973 ms 3.56 +0 ms 8 gbr1-p20.phlpa.ip.att.net (12.122.2.18) 6.507 ms 6.562 ms 6.271 + ms 9 gar1-p360.phlpa.ip.att.net (12.123.137.21) 7.136 ms 4.929 ms 5. +363 ms 10 * * * 11 ads.perlmonks.org (66.39.54.27) 11.623 ms 11.512 ms 11.275 ms
Are the servers over-worked? Is there some problem with database contention? Io contention?

I would like to discuss what we need to improve this situation, perhaps rally some hardware or money.

Perhaps the site admins can help us on this topic.

rr


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