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From "Godfrey, Carole" <CGODF...@analogic.com>
Subject os-windows/4773
Date Mon, 02 Aug 1999 13:50:00 GMT
The following reply was made to PR os-windows/4773; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: "Godfrey, Carole" <CGODFREY@analogic.com>
To: stoddard@apache.org
Cc: apbugs@apache.org, apache-bugdb@apache.org
Subject: os-windows/4773
Date: Mon, 2 Aug 1999 09:46:36 -0400 

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 > Sent: 	Friday, July 30, 1999 9:31 AM
 > To: 	apache-bugdb@apache.org; Godfrey, Carole; stoddard@apache.org
 > Subject: 	Re: os-windows/4773: Apache file downloads are slow if
 > client and server are on same host machine
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 	We are using NT Workstation and IE 4.0, do you think either IE 5.0
 or upgrading to server would resolve? We saw similar performance issues when
 using Navigator as well.
 >  What's the CPU utilization during a transfer? The CPU Utilization is low,
 > ranging from 2-6%
 > Which process is using the most CPU? System Idle Process Consumes
 > approximately 97-99% of CPU, System is the next with 1-2%
 >  What sort of throughput rates are you seeing? For a 7.2 M file, I am
 > seeing 72 KB/Sec. For another test with a 6.4 M file I saw slight higher
 > 84 KB/sec
 > How is ths source drive 
 > formatted (NTFS or FAT)? The target drive? Source and target are the same
 > drive and are NTFS. Are you running
 > Apache as a service or via the command line? We are running Apache as a
 > Service

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