|**OS type and version: Debian 10|
|**Webmin version: 1.973|
Sorry for my english, it’s not my native language so i will try to explain the best way.
I have a virtual server with 1441 users, all users are mail accounts.
when i click on “edit users” in virtualmin it takes about 40 seconds to load the page.
is there a way to improve the speed to load the page (“edit users”)?
it is possible to show less users filtering by pages?
I changed the theme to the old “virtualmin framed theme” without good improves.
thanks in advance
What are the system specs, in particular CPU and Memory for this machine?
It’s a Virtual Machine with 4CPU and 8gb RAM
Seems like you’ve got reasonable amount of resources. The likelihood is that the sheer volume of users makes the process take a bit longer.
Though, with a bit of optimizaiton to the system and/or Virtualmin UI settings it may be possible to improve the performance a bit.
If you’d like, through a screen sharing session I can assess things and provide some optimization tips in order to improve the overall performance of the panel and your system as a whole.
@tpnsolutions thanks for your answer and your predisposition.
I can’t do screen sharing due to privacy reasons. It’s a server of a customer and they have critical information.
anyway if you don’t mind, which are this optimization tips? could you explain to us?
I think it will helpful for me or for another who come here searching something similar.
I understand the privacy implications, hence why I prefer a screen sharing session as you can control what I see and I can either advise, or conduct the action as may be deemed appropriate.
If you search for my username around the forums, you’ll find multiple threads where I have assisted numerous Virtualmin users for years.
I am also one of a few most respected helpers within the community and this respect goes as far as the Virtualmin team.
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Oh, and to offer you the “tips” it’s not about having a secret agenda, but I really would have to assess your current setup before I could offer reliable tips since depending on how things are setup I may not offer certain tips that may apply to someone else, and additional tips that could be useful in your environment.
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