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Apache Red Hat 5.5 some small images load slow

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi,

We have a webserver running Red Hat Enterprise 5.5 and Apache 2.2.3-43
We have about 20 connections per second. Most of our pages have 15-20 very small images on about 2kb. The pages load extremely quick and 90% of the images do.
But about 2 images random ones on the page delay for 2-3 seconds and then display like they are queuing.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks,

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Question by:CTEC
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by:oleggold
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Did You try it in all browsers? Could be a browser issue
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by:CTEC
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Yes i have.
I use pingdom to test and it lists 28 imgages loading all about 1.5kb
26 load in 1 second but there is always about 2 (different each time) that take 3-4 seconds
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CTEC earned 0 total points
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The problem was bring caused by the Cisco 1800 and the BT fibre router.
the duplex did not match on the ports and upload speed was being greatly reduced
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it was what resolved the issue
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