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From André Warnier ...@ice-sa.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Windows MPM
Date Mon, 16 Jun 2008 09:31:54 GMT
Hi.

Ok, I think that with the information below, we can reasonably assume 
that the problem is not in the physical connection speed.

I think you also mentioned before that Apache, both in the 1.x and 2.x 
versions, is running on a Windows platform.
Is it the same (physical) system in both cases ?

If yes, this becomes a matter for the real Apache gurus here.
An idea, anyone ?

André


Alberto Dondana wrote:
> I think there is a little misunderstanding:
> 
>  - Barix Audio devices are connected on the same switch of Webserver
>  - The switch is a non blocking 48 fastethernet port
>  - Barix audio devices do not play the same song, but they can play simultaneously
>  - With Apache 1.3.39/1.3.41 I do not have problem
>  - With Apache 2.0.63/2.2.8 I get music sobbing when all Barix play but only one play
an mp3 file @ 192K, and only that Barix has the problem
> 
> I can't understand why Apache1.3 works fine and Apache2 do not...
> 
> 
> Alberto
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: André Warnier [mailto:aw@ice-sa.com] 
> Sent: venerdì 13 giugno 2008 15.01
> To: users@httpd.apache.org
> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Windows MPM
> 
> 
> Alberto Dondana wrote:
>> Yes I did.
>>
>> I discovered that I've the problem if I lisen and mp3 @ 192Kbps, but if I listen
and mp3 @ 128 Kbps I've no trouble...
>>
>>
> I am not really a specialist, but logically it seems that if you have to feed 4 clients,
each at 128 Kbit/s, then at some point your server would need to feed to the clients, in total,
4 X 128 Kbit/s = 512 Kbit/s.
> And if you feed 4 clients at 192 Kbit/s, then you would need 4 X 192 Kbit/s = 792 Kbit/s.
> The first things I would make sure of, are that
> - your server is "strong enough" to do that
> - the network you are using is fast enough to carry that
> 
>  From bigger, professional-style media-streaming projects, I know that these people use
very special servers and special network connections to do this kind of streaming.
> 
> I do not know what you are using, nor what your goals are, but an average PC with Apache
over a dial-up line may not be the right tool for the job.
> 
> André
> 
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