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From Anthony Milbourne <>
Subject RE: Help with test needed.
Date Tue, 01 Oct 2002 10:35:39 GMT

I had a look from JANET (UK Academic network) which is 10Mbit when we get
Initial page load was slow and some impatient folks might give up (maybe a
"please wait" message ?).
After that it was all fairly responsive.  Zooming in was fairly quick (The
delay while it went and got the image was less than the time it took to
download the image).
Everyone in my office thought it was a cool site :-).


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Martin Jacobson []
> Sent:	01 October 2002 08:31
> To:	Tomcat Users List
> Subject:	Re: Help with test needed.
> Robert L Sowders wrote:
> > I've just about completed a new site and I've been wondering about a few
> > things, specifically how does the public see it.  It's an ArcIMS site
> and 
> > I know it will appear to load a bit slow, (that's just how ArcIMS
> works). 
> > I'm hosting the front end in one place and the data at another.  I'm 
> > wondering about the network latency that is built in.
> > 
> > If you would go to,
> then zoom in about three 
> > times and click on the orthophoto check box that comes up on the right 
> > hand side, then hit the refresh button, this final refresh will give you
> > an idea of the network latency.
> > 
> > I can't see it because I'm on the DOI backbone.
> > 
> > Any help is appreciated.
> I just tried it - I'm connected @ 10Mb/s to a fast backbone in Italy - 
> and although it takes ~ 10 sec to display the page, the delay BEFORE it 
> starts loading the image is only of the order of a second or two, so 
> it's not too bad. I'm glad I'm not trying this at home via 56K dialup, 
> 'though!
> HTH,
> Martin
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