Ajax search runs slow

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    esculapio
    esculapio
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    Hello, I’m asking you a support for your plugin Ajax search pro.
    These are the performance statistics now:
    Search queries tracked: 18
    Average request runtime: 1.008 s
    Average request peak memory usage: 10.07 MB
    Last request runtime: 1.342 s
    Last request peak memory usage: 10.75 MB

    So, search process is very slow. I already checked the other plugin, deactivate one by one but I didn’t see particular differences in statistics. I tried to setup the settings as your tutorials…do you think the problem is only about server performance?
    Thank you for your support

    #7959
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
    Keymaster

    Hi!

    I was just testing the plugin, and I got results around 0,2 seconds on average: https://i.imgur.com/PPtJVGj.png
    Yet the response time was over 5 seconds still, which indicates an overloaded server. There are also 38 (!) plugins installed, including VC, WooCommerce, WordFence, ACF and other bigger plugins and a theme with a fully loaded editor – which in combination together require a pretty decent server to run smoothly.
    I too am running some of these plugins on my demo environment (woocommerce, bbpress, acf, VC etc..), and a dedicated VPS is needed to maintain good speed.

    I have also monitored other ajax requests to make sure that it’s not only Ajax Search Pro getting slow responses, and I have found that even the internal ajax requests are fluctuating up to 5-6 seconds or more: https://i.imgur.com/J8QBado.png

    It strongly indicates that the server might be a bit too busy to handle all of the load at once.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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