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how to decrease avg speed per kb

Discussion in 'Programming' started by abdobasha2004, Jan 1, 2010.

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    I have avg speed per kb = 0.06
    however I am on dedicated hosting
    my large pages have avg speed per kb = 0.01
    small ones have avg speed per kb = 0.06 - 0.09

    it is considered slow
    how to deal with this ?
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  2. GSXell

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    What are times units? Seconds? Miliseconds? Or anything else.

    On which level do you want do decrease your avg speed? Webserver, Scripting, Network Interface??
     
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  3. abdobasha2004

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    seconds

    any level but i want speed
    in scripting I decreased the code a lot and removed some images, repaired and optimixed mysql databases
    webserver I am on dedicated server

    so what is network interface?
     
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    What you write dont make sense for me? Your network interface is the connection between your computer and other computers. Which Connection speed does they provide? 1mbit/s 10mbit/s 100mbit/s. Are you lonely on this Server and how much sites did you host there. How do you get your speed? Did you analyse it with any tool? Which Webserver do you use ISS, Apache anything else? Which scripting language do you use?

    There are a lot more questions i could ask you. But if you would describe your problem better. I dont need them ;)
     
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    The best thing you could do is, you can put one or two of your large pages with the potion of database on another server preferably with the help of a friend and compare the results.

    However the numbers are very odd for dedicated hosting. Usually the WAN link for dedicated networks are few 1 Gbps links, however the internal Ethernet is still 100 Mbps (Some have already updated to Gigabit Ethernet).

    Due to system load, lets assume it is only 32 Mbps.
    To transmit 32 Megabits = 1 second
    To transmit 1 KB = (((1/8)/4)/1024) second = 0.00025 second
     
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