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From Tony Anecito <>
Subject Re: Performance 5.5 vs 6 vs 7
Date Mon, 14 Mar 2011 21:46:51 GMT
I am not in the habit of defending Microsoft but the question is would you 
rather have hard coded functions or ones you dynamically put in?
Just saying something without seeing the actual code of what they did it is hard 
to say who as the most optimized code.

I will setup the test with the adaptor and see what the capacity of Tomcat 7 is 
using the "Windows Loopback interface". I am hoping for better than the 600 
microseconds I saw without it.

I think DOS will beat everything today because size does matter (I do not miss 
the Osborne luggable). I feel the same way about 32-bit versus 64-bit java and 
OS on the same hardware. I was around during the early NT days and I really did 
not like it. But now big monolithic OS's are the trend. Writing code to fit on a 
single 1.4MB floppy or fit in 64K of memory is a lost art.

Best Regards,

----- Original Message ----
From: Christopher Schultz <>
To: Tomcat Users List <>
Sent: Mon, March 14, 2011 3:09:35 PM
Subject: Re: Performance 5.5 vs 6 vs 7

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On 3/14/2011 3:08 PM, Tony Anecito wrote:
>>>From the definitions and discussions on google regarding loopback interface 
> (localhost) it will go through the nic card for Windows unless you install a 
> loopback adaptor. For Linux you do not need a nic card.
> I was using windows and thus it used my nic card.

Oh, I didn't realize that the Windows TCP/IP stack was that poorly

- -chris
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