Application is slow when connected through LAN, fast via dial up - why?
From: Gad krosner (krosner_at_Excite.com)
Date: 19 Feb 2004 05:13:52 -0800
I have something weird. It's an application running under Webstart
(client), connected to a (Win2K) server running (among other things)
Apache Tomcat. When a computer is connected through the LAN, it takes
about 15 seconds after pushing an application button, until the screen
takes an action (except for the hourglass, which comes right away).
During this wait period, the server's CPU doesn't show any impact,
except for a second or two, towards the end of the wait period, when
it goes from about 15% to 40%
When the client computer is disconnected from the LAN and makes a
dial-up connection, the application takes between 2 to 5 seconds to
act upon a user's keystroke. This has been experienced with a variety
of (client) computers.
The weirdest of all is perhaps, when the application is tun for the
first time, and all the JAR files get copied over, it takes a few
seconds for the download over LAN, and about 20 minutes of dial-up,
what one would expect.
Can anyone offer any clues, or what to look into?
Thanks in advance,