slow http response

slow http response

Post by Javier Velado » Wed, 19 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Hello all,

Ive multiple SPARC ultras and am facing what I think is a networking
bottlrneck. Can anyone describe what tcp parameters are most
significant  to improve the number simultaneous connections.

Example, using netstat -n describes the state of my processes/threads.
Most are in FIN_WAIT_2 state. Is this normal for web servers?

Any help to shed light on this would be gratly appreciated

Javier Velador


1. slow network response from telnet, ftp, http

I'm running Slackware 1.2.13 on an internal server and the response time for
telnet, ftp, http, etc. are all VERY slow.  For telnet and ftp it takes 30-60
seconds before it asks me for the password.  Once connected, the speed is
quite reasonable.  For serving up Web pages, the initial contact takes a few
seconds before the pages start getting served across the network.

Anyone else had this problem or have any ideas what might be causing this?


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