I have checked that the hardware requirements are OK in terms of RAM memory and disk space, so I think it may be a software configuration problem, although I followed the recommendations in Moodle.org -http://docs.moodle.org/23/en/Performance_recommendations- when I created the website.
The Moodle site and the MySQL server are installed in the same machine.
One of the options I am pondering on is to install a php accelerator, but I would like to do some further testing first.
In order to check the database performance Moodle.org recommends to run the script dbperformance.php
Moodle contains a script which will display some key database performance statistics from the ADOdb performance monitor. Run the script in your browser as in the following example:
I am bit confused about how to generate the file dbperformance.php as the link to ADOdb
For php 5.5.3 and MySQL 5.3 is this the files that I need to use:
can you please clarify how I can create the file dbperformance.php to run from Moodle?
Thank you very much for your advice.