i have installed a newly Moodle server with Ubuntu operating system. Everything is going fine but the uploading speed is very very slow. i have uploaded a csv file of 2000 users and it took 20 minutes to upload. same file i have upload to an Moodle server that is hosted from blue host and it took only 1 minute.
i have searched from the Moodle forum but i did not find the correct answer. what i know from these forum that i should install and enable ftp on the server to speedup the uploading file.
please tell me what i should do to overcome this problem.
So a bluehost server speed is fine, but this 'other' Ubuntu server is slow. Where is this other Ubuntu server that is slow? How/where is it hosted?
Is the speed of other files uploaded for content (like a image file or document) also slow?
other server is a local server and this server is running parallel to the bluehost server. There is no link between these servers, both they are running parallel. I have installed this local server for my practice only and I have tried to upload a CSV user file containing the 2000 users. This file took the more time around 20 minutes to complete the uploading process.
Ok, we understand you are comparing localhost with Bluehost ... we get that ... so drop the repeated information about Bluehost (that's working) and concentrate on 'localhost' - which you report is slow.
So far, from other postings, you've shared it's a "Ubuntu operating system".
Is that a physical server ... ie, separate machine where you could actually touch with your hand the machine? Or is it a Ubuntu in a virtualized environment ... like VirtualBox on host of Windows and a virtualized Ubuntu?
A 'local' server of any flavor is inside your private network ... believe you said previously you had issues with connecting to it to begin with and is a 192.168.x.x private IP.
Slowness in a private home network is something no one here might be able to help ... unless we know something about the private home network and how the Ubuntu is truly hosted and connected to your private home network.
Can you clarify please?