Per Jessen composed on 2019-09-16 10:15 (UTC+0200):
Felix Miata wrote:
> Last night I put a DVD .iso on my website and
emailed a link to it to
> a bunch of friends. Since then, bugzilla.opensuse.org
frequently are unreachable or timeout in the
> middle of using them, such as trying to reply to a forum post, or load
> a saved bug search. At best the waits before *.o.o page load are 10
> times as long as other sites. Even on good days most b.o.o searches
> totally timeout eventually into a blank page. Startpage, Google,
> their hits and other commonly used sites (e.g. eBay) are producing no
> such trouble. I found that by stopping apache2 that b.o.o and f.o.o
> will become reachable shortly following "systemctl stop apache2".
I think this is really a support question.
At first that's what I thought, but...
What you do with apache2 on
your side can hardly have much affect on the openSUSE infrastructure.
It seems like it shouldn't but what's happening is the openSUSE infrastructure
latency problem is obviously being magnified when on my end a big upload is
slowing traffic going through my router and/or my ISP's speed throttling. Turning
off the upload by halting apache2 returns the latency to its usually tolerable
No one on broadband should have to spend so much time staring at seemingly stuck
looking up/connecting/waiting for messages for suse.com/*.opensuse.org
browser statusbar. DejaVu yester-century's dismal POTS connections. :~(
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