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MVC 2 project load up very slow

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I have a MVC 2 project with the issue of very slow load up.  It takes about 10 seconds to load up the project. After that, it works faster.    I have publish the site / compiled into dlls.

How can I speed up it?
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I would suggest enabling the trace output. Then you'll be able to see where the slow downs are coming from. Here is a resource on how to enable tracing: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0x5wc973.aspx
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This is general issue tracking, not really the solution
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