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Tue Aug 31 20:03:43 CEST 2004
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Avi Bryant <avi at beta4.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2004 19:36:44 +0200
>On Aug 31, 2004, at 7:27 PM, Jon Paynter wrote:
>> But I found when working with friends to test remotely their response
>> times were very slow. No timeout errors from IE, but typical
>> click-response cycle was 3-10 seconds.
>3 to 10 *seconds*? I've never seen anything like that. Seaside does
>sometimes feel sluggish when there's high latency, because by default
>it redirects after every request, which doubles the round trips. But
>it should certainly still be sub-second unless your responses are huge
>or you're doing some heavy computation.
>Just out of curiosity, have you tried any other browsers, or just IE?
yes 3-10 seconds. I had my brother (on the phone) tell me when he clicked a link and then when his page finally displayed. No heavy computations.. just simple forms & tables.
Im wondering if it has to do with the VW web toolkit im running this thing under? I know there is a bunch of logging & such that it does by default, but shutting that off didnt seem to help any.
And no -- only IE has been used as a browser. I suppose I could try Opera or something, but it doesnt exhibit any of the symtoms of being a browser issue like early versions of VisualWave with early versions of IE (30 seconds to _parse_ a page in some cases)
Anyone have a VW Komanche port I could try?
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