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Old 19th April 2012, 11:31 PM
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Slow performance of php/apache from remote machines

Hello. I have an FC16 installation with PHP and Apache. The problem I am having is that all pages work well when using it on localhost, but when you try to view a php page from a remote machine, it is extremely slow (30+seconds). It is multi-homed with a public and a private interface. It is still slow even on the intranet. I have uninstalled and reinstalled apache and php with no joy. Anyone have any ideas. Is there somewhere else I should be asking this?
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