Long wait/load time 2 or 3+ seconds to load page‏

  • Posted on December 19, 2013
  • salchindAsked by salchind


I installed Wordpress with LEMP (Linux (Ubuntu 12.04 x64, Nginx, MySQL, PHP(php-fpm)) on droplet, website location is private, so I am gonna use, everithing clear without almost any touch (only theme), but something that get me into troubles is wait time in inspect element > Network, like on My theme is legal copy of theme, but there are no any problems with that load/wait. I am not going to install any cache plugin before fixing this up, cause it must not be over 2-3 seconds. I tried to remove every single plugin but it doesn’t help. Used WP default theme but only a half of load time cut has been noticed - It’s something about serve response, am I right? The one who fix this up will maybe get symbolic prize.

Do I need to fix something in cloudflare?

Thanks in advance people!


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Hi Kamal, <br> <br>I installed it but there’s nothing causing this problem, if we’re up to believe P3. <br>I have tested site on Pingdom, so please look carefuly: <br> <br>Please took at loading/wait time, and two of files which needed to load. <br>Can you explain the reason of it? <br>DO support said (read from bottom to top), I tried that, but nothing changed. <br> <br>Is it possible to fix this without cache? <br>Another problem is CPU load, which I mentioned,, it ran up to 100% with only 11 clicks on home page, is it problem with php-fpm? <br> <br>Thanks people!

I’d suggest installing and enabling the P3 profile profiler by Godaddy. <br> <br> <br> <br>This might help you see if a plugin is causing an issue. Also use Pingdom tools and look at a waterfall layout to see if something is causing the problem.

No, it’s not. Something is using up too much CPU. Try disabling all of the plugins and enabling them one by one, see which one is causing issues.