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Has anyone encountered extremely slow loading asp pages? It appears that some of my pages are taking somewhere in the neighborhood of about 30 to 45 seconds to load even though there's only minor scripting on the page. By minor scripting I mean, a simple time display. I am pulling in about 6 SSIs per page as menus and other minor informational tidbits, however, they're all text and pure html. No graphics. Could these SSIs cause a problem with page load time? The web server is fairly new (4 months) and is running a 2400 Athalon with a gig of ram on WIN2K server addition with the majority of non-essential services stripped off. I'm running another site on the same server that only uses ASP occasionally and it does not suffer from these problems. If anyone cares to look, the page site is at http://co.harrison.ms.us. Thanks for any help!

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Do you have any database connections that are not opening?

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By not opening do you mean erroring out? No, all database connections open and run correctly. Wait.. I am specifying an SSI that holds connection string info on almost every page. That's just in case I do end up with a script there later on. Could that cause a problem even if there is no script running below that?
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I loaded the site and it took about a half a second. Everything popped up instantanesouly.
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Thanks planoie. I'm still getting reports that the site takes 30 to 45 seconds to load each page, and this is over dsl and cable connections. One of my co-workers loaded it from her house yesterday and it took the 30 to 45 seconds everytime. I wonder if maybe browser version or operating system would have anything to do with it? Everything I'm running is very simple and basic asp. The only graphics on the page is the header bar, as everything else is a simple table, css, ssi, and text.
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That could be a factor. I'm running IE6. I can't imagine however that a older browser version could make THAT much of a difference.
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I'm running the same and I have no problems whatsoever. I'm at a loss as to what the problem would be, or how to even approach it.
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Did you ever get the slow loading asp pages problem solved?

My site has .asp pages, and everybody loads pages, navigates instantly, except me. I went to the library, and it worked fine. On my new xp machine (earthlink DSL) it takes 30 seconds to open the site, about 30 seconds for all links withing the site to come up.

Sounds like the problem you had. Did you ever get it resolved?

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