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Why was the website so slow for so long?

The cause of the slowdown was a change to the ZFS dataset. In conjunction with the database server, very little caching was being done. This combination resulted in increased disk I/O as the system churned through the database. Details in the blog post which outlines the various things which changed. Many graphs.

non port: editors/lazarus/pkg-descr
SVNWeb

Number of commits found XX: 3

Thu, 27 Jun 2019
[ 09:32 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:505202
505202 editors/lazarus/pkg-descr
- Update WWW

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Sun, 29 May 2016
[ 13:44 amdmi3 ] Original commit   Revision:416102
416102 editors/lazarus/pkg-descr
- Update WWW

Approved by:	portmgr blanket
Sun, 30 Jul 2006
[ 21:06 acm ] Original commit 
1.350 editors/Makefile
1.1 editors/lazarus/Makefile
1.1 editors/lazarus/distinfo
1.1 editors/lazarus/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 editors/lazarus/pkg-descr
1.1 editors/lazarus/pkg-plist
- New port: editors/lazarus

Lazarus is the class libraries for Free Pascal that emulate Delphi.
Free Pascal is a GPL'ed compiler that runs on Linux, Win32, OS/2, 68K
and more. Free Pascal is designed to be able to understand and compile
Delphi syntax, which is of course OOP.

Lazarus is the part of the missing puzzle that will allow you to
develop Delphi-like programs in all of the above platforms. Unlike Java
which strives to be a write once run anywhere, Lazarus and Free Pascal
strives for write once compile anywhere.

WWW: http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/

Approved by:    garga (mentor)

Number of commits found XX: 3

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