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Sluggish MySQL Response

Thread began 3/01/2017 11:27 am by Mike Perry | Last modified 3/02/2017 1:18 pm by Mike Perry | 1694 views | 13 replies

Mike Perry

Sluggish MySQL Response

Windows 10 Pro, MySQL 5.5, PHP 5.5, Apache 2.4.

Using the DataAssist Pages; Wizards load very slowly (getting multiple File Activity localhost windows) taking about a minute to actually get to the Wizard. When I do get there every time the Wizard needs to access the database it chugs along real slowly (800% or so slower than previously), and I can never seem to complete the Wizard.

It seems to have trouble talking with the db. I've disabled the LLMNR hosts and the IPV6 protocol on the network card. I've tried using both MySQL 5.1 and 5.5 with the same issues. I've re-installed Apache 2.4.

I don't have the same issue on a Win7 Pro laptop. No File Activity localhost windows starting up, and the Wizard has no issues.



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