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Apache not using it's full download potential.

Posted on 2004-08-03
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It seems that every download request won't download a file at a rate higher than 40kb/s.  I have a program called getright that makes multiple requests to a server to make a faster download speed.  Using getright and 2 requests, I go 80kb/s.  Obviously, there's some sort of cap, but I'm not sure how to change that.  40kb/s seems a bit slow...
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Question by:gunghoassassin
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by:ronan_40060
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hello
Well its due to the load on the download server at http://apache.org
Since Apache is a very popular web server , too many ppl download it every second so you bound to have sometimes high and low connection.
Ys Getright is a good downloading program.
It also depends upon your type of internet connection that you have .

ronan
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by:gunghoassassin
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I'm talking about my server, that I've installed out of the box so to speak.
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Well As far as I know it all depends on the load on ur web server and the internet connection
May be other expert out here has better suggestion
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by:gunghoassassin
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It's on a 100MB connection. and the load wasn't high at all because I was doing a test download.
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ronan_40060 earned 500 total points
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Thats good internet connection.
Well What OS are U having.
Well for the apache performance tuning the good documentation is available at
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/misc/perf-tuning.html
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