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From Morgan gangwere <0.fracta...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] speed problem
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2008 16:04:56 GMT
it could just be that the backbone for that area has other major fiber 
users that take up that same bandwidth. if you can get to that location 
and run some sort of speed upload/download test to see what your 
_acctual_ speeds are then you can see if its really apache, or if the 
machine is simply ailing from a bandwidth crunch.


Also, many fiber connections are made for INSANE amounts of download 
space (inward TO the machine) but not alot of upload space (out FROM the 
machine)

A simple way to show your upload/download speeds is to dowload something 
using BitTorrent (take a peek at jamedo.com to get some free legit music)

--
Morgan Gangwere

if a witty .sigline is required, then why do people ignore them?

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