Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Administrative Tools then click on "Services"; then scroll to coldfusion application server and ODBC Agent, then make sure you set the startup type to "Automatic" rather than "Automatic (Delayed Start)". CF version should not matter in the delay, I have it so fast with a blink of eye on win 8.
Thanks, that was a great thing to check. Mine are set to "automatic". I don't think that would be it anyway, because it is not just when the service starts, it is constantly sleeps just by not accessing the page for 10 minutes, then when I come back to the page it has to wake up or do something.
One thing I am curious into looking into is something to do with storing client information. I wonder if after the session has timed out if it has to make a client connection and setup information before it will show the page. It may be what I am setting in my application. Here is what I have in the basic format (this is everything that I see that deals with my session management):
//Set Application variables and session management
this.name = "mywebsite";
this.applicationTimeout = createTimeSpan(0,0,45,0);
this.sessionmanagement = "true";
this.sessiontimeout = createTimeSpan(0,1,00,0);
this.scriptProtect = "all";
<cffunction name="onApplicationStart" returntype="boolean" output="true">
application.sessions = 0;
<cffunction name="onSessionStart" access="public" returntype="void" output="false">
<cfset var rootDir = "">
<cfparam name="application.sessions" default="0">
session.started = now();
<cflock scope="SESSION" throwontimeout="No" timeout="5" type="Exclusive">
<cfset application.sessions = application.sessions + 1>
That really sounds like the issue, I hope it is! Fingers Crossed.
I emailed, received the HotFix and it is working great now, thank you so much!
Seems your resolved tho I was wondering if you changed CF11 from using AJP-BIO to AJP-APR by installing a current
tomcat native dll in ColdFusion11\cfusion\lib .