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From "Jess M. Holle" <je...@ptc.com>
Subject Re: Apache 1.3.x and 2.0.x Performance Issue
Date Thu, 29 Aug 2002 18:59:21 GMT
Note:

wget was used in all measurements.

Dirk-Willem van Gulik wrote:

>It would be nice if the client used was somehting like 'ab' - which comes
>with apache ran at 1-100 concurrency; or something like fetch, curl or
>wget to make the client identical on all platforms.
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>Dw
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>On Tue, 27 Aug 2002, Jess M. Holle wrote:
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>>Ian Holsman wrote:
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>>>Jess M. Holle wrote:
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>>>>Both Apache 1.3.x and 2.0.x suffer a severe perfomance issue when the
>>>>server is on Windows and the client is Solaris (and perhaps others).
>>>>
>>>>Before you stop reading this as simply "we know Windows does not
>>>>perform well", I should point out that this does not occur when the
>>>>client is Windows or Linux, nor when the server is on the same
>>>>Windows box but is IIS or Tomcat (standalone)!
>>>>
>>>>Some rough download speeds:
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>>>>    * recent Apache 1.3.x on Windows:
>>>>          o client on Solaris (8): 80K/sec
>>>>          o client on Linux or Windows: 8MB/sec
>>>>    * recent Apache 2.0.x on Windows:
>>>>          o client on Solaris (8): 120K/sec
>>>>          o client on Linux or Windows: 8MB/sec
>>>>    * IIS on Windows
>>>>          o any client tried: 8-9 MB/sec
>>>>    * Tomcat (standalone) on Windows
>>>>          o any client tried: ~8MB/sec
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>>>just out of interest does the same thing happen when we have a solaris
>>>server and a windows client?
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>>I'm not sure.  I've not yet tried that (and actually another engineer
>>ran all these tests).  I also just noticed that I got some numbers
>>slightly wrong:
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>>Apache 2.0.39 on Windows
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>>        * client on Solaris (8): 649 K/s
>>        * client on Linux: 9.1 MB/s
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>>[I've appended this amended info to the bug report.]
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>>--
>>Jess Holle
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