I have a relatively fresh SuiteCRM installation which is working great (yay!) except for one puzzling issue. Every once and a while, when I create a case, it takes minutes for the page to submit and load. It always loads successfully/creates the case if I give it long enough.
I assume there is some kind of maintenance task being triggered? How do I figure out what it is and schedule it to triggered at a more convenient time?
This is basically a brand new db, I haven’t done any bulk import or anything, there’s approx 15 cases in there and as many contacts and accounts. This test installation running on a linode with 1GB memory and 1 CPU 25GB of disk w/ plenty of disk space to spare. SuiteCRM Version 7.10.27, PHP 7.4. Running on a vanilla Ubuntu lamp stack and SuiteCRM is the only thing on the server.
Downgrading PHP didn’t fix the issue, and monitoring the CPU/Memory/Disk usage in longview didn’t show any evidence that any of those resources were even close to being exhausted. Examining the SuiteCRM log, it appears that an e-mail configuration for the outgoing email server was causing the problem. Disabling that server seems to have fixed the issue.