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From Gary Smith <gary.sm...@holdstead.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] number of connection on Windows Apache
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2011 19:48:35 GMT
> I suspected this as well and here is the experiment I did. I start one
> curl client with low data rate with option  "--limit-rate 10" (10 bytes
> per second), and afterwards I start a normal curl client. It seems
> initially the second curl client waits for something for a few seconds,
> and then it quickly finishes downloading. After that the first curl
> client download is still going on. So it seems the second connection
> does not need to wait for the first one to finish. By the way,  is
> there
> a way observe the two pool? I used server-status module, and I can see
> very clearly there is only one worker there.
> 
> W...............................................................
> ................................................................
> 

And what does your log say? 200 or 206? If the client is connecting, digesting packets, disconnecting,
then making a new connection, then the subsequent request would be a 206. In this case, the
other download would indeed have some thread time. This would also explain what you are seeing.


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