Yeah, my windows installation is already a few years old, so it's time for a clean install. Thanks for the time anyways!
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RE: Server becomes really slow after inactivity
Neither helped the problem sadly.
I also copied your my-large.ini settings to my own my.ini and that also didnt help.
I do have some new information:
Static files (like images) are loaded immediately, while everything that uses laravel's routing isn't.
Though this does not tell me what might be causing the issue, maybe it's something for you to work with?
Server becomes really slow after inactivity
I'm having a really weird problem that I can't seem to understand/fix. This is confusing me because my main PC is the only device it occurs on, while I performed the exact same installation/configuration steps on my other devices. Anways here is the problem described:
- Start up server, load a web page, it takes about a full minute to load the first request.
- While using and regularly sending requests, server stays fast.
- After not using for a few minutes, the first next request takes about a full minute again.
I have no clue what could be causing this, my computer is not slow, it's way faster than my laptop, and my laptop doesn't have any issues with laragon speed. I'm also not running heavy on CPU or memory while using and while not using so it can't be that.
It's starting to get really really frustrating, mostly because it's a problem I can't solve
Any advice/help would be much appreciated!
How to change the idle/stand-by timer?
Pretty new to Laragon, so far so good, except for 1 thing: after a few minutes of not interacting with the local server, it appears to go on a sort of stand-by mode? Every time I wait a couple of minutes and then make a new request to a webpage, any webpage, it takes really long to load as if it has to recover from the stand-by that it put itself in. After the first request, every other is fast as normal. And then after minutes of not interacting again, slow loading, etc...
Now I'm not sure if I'm even right about this feature/bug. I guess that this was build in to reduce RAM usage when not using the server. But is there a way to change this to like 20 minutes of not interacting?