PHP Error

Here’s an odd one for you. I was reading google’s blog and some people stated that their own blog is slow (considering the topic is google adding speed as a ranking factor) and so i thought i’d put it to the test. So i tried to test the exact url of the post:

But, interestingly, every time i attempt to test that specific url i get this error in runtest.php
Fatal error: Cannot redeclare gettestpath() (previously declared in /home/pmeenan/ in /home/pmeenan/ on line 71

However, if i try any other url the test will run. But for the life of me i cannot tell what is so unique about that url that it throws that error.

Bizarre, thanks. Should be easy enough to debug. I assume it is triggering a code path that isn’t normally followed (probably trying to generate an error message) which is triggering some code that probably hasn’t been tested since I refactored some things.

Should be easy enough to fix - failcases are great :slight_smile:

Error message is now fixed. I have blogspot blocked from testing because I was getting a ton of spammers submitting tests for linkspam pages they had set up. I removed the block for a minute just to run the test so you could see the performance:

The error was in the code that displays the “blocked for spam” message so thanks for pointing it out.

On the actual results of the test - yuck, particularly the 4 404’s but also a pretty slow start render time (looks like once they finally get to loading the javascript it is pegging the CPU).

Oh i see, well i’m always happy to point out any errors i find, glad you got it fixed.
As a side note, that is quite surprising, i would have figured they’d keep up on such things. In my opinion there is never a reason to have a 404 response in your page loading, especially for items like .css files. After all each 404 is an absolute waste of time and resources.

Wohoo all errors fixed

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