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From Oleg Kalnichevski <ol...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Re:Re: HttpClient Performance issue
Date Mon, 23 May 2011 14:24:48 GMT
On Mon, 2011-05-23 at 20:26 +0800, Stephen wrote:
> Olegk, thanks for you quick reply.
> Maybe my question is not clear, and I can't say that httpclient's performance is slow.
> HttpClient is very good, I think there maybe some configurations I didn't set properly,
So I want to ask for some help.
>  In my log:
> name:E:\Softwares\com.google.gdt.eclipse.suite.3.6.update.site_2.3.0.zip.136 length:1,048,576
type1 time:1,400
> name:E:\Softwares\com.google.gdt.eclipse.suite.3.6.update.site_2.3.0.zip.137 length:1,048,576
type1 time:2,207
> name:E:\Softwares\com.google.gdt.eclipse.suite.3.6.update.site_2.3.0.zip.139 length:1,048,576
type1 time:2,501
> name:E:\Softwares\com.google.gdt.eclipse.suite.3.6.update.site_2.3.0.zip.138 length:1,048,576
type1 time:2,633
> The four threads started together, but why the first thread finished first?
> Almost all of the test was the same result, the first completed thread is much quickly
than the other threads.
There is NO way to say for sure because we simply have NO control over
the remote site you are uploading files unto. We can only be guessing.
As I already said my guess was Microsft Azure was throttling (slowing
down) concurrent connections from the same IP address in order to
prevent one client from clogging up too much bandwidth.  

> Is there any performance guide for HttpClient 4.1?

HttpClient 4.x default settings are reasonable enough. There is really
not much material to put into a guide like that.


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