Updated: 18 October 2022
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If you are using Apache, the good news is that I can’t think of any cases reported where Apache has been the root cause of a performance issue. There are a plethora of Apache tuning guides online which would give guidance if needed, but Apache is not stressed all that much by Sage X3 use cases.
If you are suspecting Apache as being root cause of performance issue, update the “apache.conf” file to add timing information “%T” (time taken to serve the request, in seconds) to the “access_log” output and confirm which URLs are showing slow response times from Apache. See example below, the Apache log format online help is at https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/mod/mod_log_config.html#formats
The access_log now has timing information recorded (the last column)
Apache Performance Tuning (External web site)