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Website timeouts, nobody finds the reason for them [closed]

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So for weeks I've been trying to find the reason for the constant downtimes of my website. Everyday for like 1-2 hours. For that reason I copied my website and moved it to a different server.

Yet, the downtimes happen to be at the EXACT same time for the EXACT same time frame. So it's not a server thing. But how can this happen? This has to be a time triggered thing?

I'm using typo3 12 Server Apache. PHP 8.1.29. Mysql 10.5. There are no scheduler tasks or timed events. Even our typo3 experts are absolutely clueless.

Deactivated about every extension. Deactivated indexed search. Nothing helps.
<p>So for weeks I've been trying to find the reason for the constant downtimes of my website. Everyday for like 1-2 hours. For that reason I copied my website and moved it to a different server.</p>
<p>Yet, the downtimes happen to be at the EXACT same time for the EXACT same time frame. So it's not a server thing. But how can this happen? This has to be a time triggered thing?</p>
<p>I'm using typo3 12 Server Apache. PHP 8.1.29. Mysql 10.5. There are no scheduler tasks or timed events. Even our typo3 experts are absolutely clueless.</p>
<p>Deactivated about every extension. Deactivated indexed search. Nothing helps.</p>
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