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We have some web servers we upgraded from Apache 2.2 to Apache 2.4.

The upgraded web servers are slower to respond when a request for larger files are sent to the server. Typically we are seeing 4 to 5 second delay when the request is made on a web server running Apache 2.4.

On comparison we have all the correct modules running. We are running Apache on windows server 2012.
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Is it AFD issue that connections are accepted at slow rate or you send request and apache server responds in 5s?
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We send a request and apache is slow to respond
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May I have a look at httpd.conf (replace virtual host names with animal names)?
Do you run some antivirus software? Is the speed fixed by excluding web content directories?
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We have antivirus, but that is the same for both versions of Apache
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If you are serving files from network share (at least thats how i understood // in your conf) you need to disable mmap
https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/mod/core.html#enablemmap
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worked thanks
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Just wild guesses...
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