Greetings all! Quick question about the performance and responsiveness of the Web GUI on 2.4.5
I just built a new and rather beefy pfSense box (8 core CPU, 32GB RAM, Flash storage) and I am directly connected to it with an ethernet cable as I set it up.
I am experiencing significant delays (up to a minute per action) as I edit the configuration. For example, I am setting up my VLANs right now and just applied a change. It literally took 62 seconds for it to bring me back to the Interfaces page.
Is this normal? If so, I sure hope this box routes packets faster than it responds to commands...
If not, what settings should I be looking at to improve the responsiveness of it? This is rather frustrating.
provels last edited by provels
Don't understand why you have this issue, but even the tiny VM in my sig running on a 12 year old quad core changes screens in about 2-3 seconds. Are you running 2.4.5 or 2.4.5_p1? 2.4.5 had problems with multi-core.
Megathread - https://forum.netgate.com/topic/151690/increased-memory-and-cpu-spikes-causing-latency-outage-with-2-4-5
Sounds like maybe you enabled the option to kill states on gateway failure and one of your gateways is flagged as being down.
When your state gets cleared, it takes a while for your browser to realize this and open a new connection.
If you close your browser window and open it again and reconnect immediately, or open a second different browser (like Chrome vs FF) and it comes right up, then it's almost certainly a states issue.
Actually, I figured it out! But, thanks for your help!
I was configuring my new pfSense box offline, and there is a known bug in 2.4.5 where there can be 30-90 second delays when offline. This has since been patched and corrected in 2.4.5-p1
Again, thanks to everyone for their help. I REALLY appreciate it!