On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 4:53 PM, Tolas Anon <tolas...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 7:58 AM, Tolas Anon <tolas...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> My web-app sometimes takes just over 5 seconds to execute a single
>> start_session() statement.
>> No other connections are open to the site when i hit the button that
>> makes this happen, the session is just 78kb on a local disk, and it's
>> consistent behavior.
>> So far, it only happens when i request certain page content via AJAX,
>> but I'd like to get rid of it asap.
>> Strangely, some other page content requested under the same conditions
>> via the same pipeline returns without the delay. It doesn't do
>> anything differently except the business code, and the session is
>> opened in app-wide generic code that is executed before the business
>> code is executed. The very timing with microtime() happens before the
>> business code executes.
>> I've already googled, but haven't found anything useful.
>> It's on a windows box (latest wampserver) and due to a ubuntu firefox
>> limitation i can't test on linux at the moment, nor run strace on it
>> :(
> This afternoon, all my business logic had the same delay, due to
> session_start().
> I bypassed the ubuntu firefox problem and was able to test under
> linux; no delay.
> So i'll mail the wampserver admin of this problem, and continue under ubuntu.

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