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Well, the numbers of page erros down. But I think that we need to improve more! I don't know if the site already use some kind of FastCGI or mod_perl, but I know that it can be more fast!

For example, if Chatterbox make SQL querys for each page, this can be improved using a persistent script (on FastCGI or mod_perl), where the Chatterbox results varialbe will be updated only if the query to the SQL is older than 15s, since this is the time to your msg goes to the site, the other user reload it, read, send the feedback, and you reload! But we stay during this 15s reloading all the time the page! ;-)

Or the Chatterbox can be in one iframe or other window. I don't know if some browsers will work with that, but we can get the $ENV{HTTP_USER_AGENT} and work around this.

I think that if some changes to make the users reload less the site, will improve a lot the site! Is like paste a tree through the door of your house. You can change the size or shape of the tree, or of the door, or make the both!

Graciliano M. P.
"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".

In reply to Re: After the OS upgrade the site responsiveness by gmpassos
in thread After the OS upgrade the site responsiveness by vroom

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