Hello, Just to say that I've got a bit further in my search :

header('Content-Type: application/x-javascript');
//header('Content-Length: '.filesize('test.js'));

(Content-Length line removed) Has no lag...

My guess is there is a problem with gzip or something that corrupts the content-length.

So I'm still not sure if this is a PHP problem or an apache problem but any help would be great :)


Jsbeginner a écrit :

I don't know for sure is this problem is only related to PHP so I hope I've posted in the right list.

My problem is that with certain headers my script takes about 5 seconds before sending the page, no matter how small the file I try to load...
My server :
Apache 2.2
PHP 5.2.9

Here's my code :

header('Content-Type: application/x-javascript');
header('Content-Length: '.filesize('test.js'));

test.js is only a few lines long, and if I remove the header content type the file loads instantaniously do it's not a problem with readfile. I thought about zlib gzip taking maybe a long time to load but I've changed the compression level from 6 to 1 and the file still has a the same lag.

My server responds very fast for eveything else except this script. Do you have an idea what might be causing this lag ?

Thanks in advance :)

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