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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: www/apache22/files/patch-modules__proxy__mod_proxy_util.c
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Sat, 24 Feb 2018
[ 10:33 brnrd ] Original commit   Revision:462786
462786 www/apache22/Makefile
462786 www/apache22/files/patch-modules__proxy__mod_proxy_util.c
www/apache22: Add upstream fix

 - Upstream fixes no longer released as point versions
 - Register BROKEN with various libssl providers

Number of commits found: 1

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