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Date:      Tue, 26 Oct 1999 19:35:06 EDT
From:      ATeslik@aol.com
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Apache slow upstream
Message-ID:  <0.9356adcf.254794aa@aol.com>

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Hello List,

I'm running Apache 1.3.6 on my LAN. One machine is running 10baseT 
full-duplex and the server machine is running 100BaseTX full-duplex to the 
10/100 full-duplex auto-sensing switch. I'll upgrade that 10baseT card soon...
However, when I access the "site" served by apache on the 10bT machine the 
speed of the file xfers are a little slower than a 56k modem. Samba is 
running on the server box as well, and speeds there are great, both ways. So, 
I'm pretty sure it's not the network. I disabled HostnameLookups in 
httpd.conf and named in rc.conf and am still not having any luck. Does anyone 
know what might be wrong?

I will gladly send any output needed. Thanks!

Alex
<ateslik@aol.com>

P.S.- An extra thanks out to the list for helping me with my Linksys LNE100TX 
NIC about a week ago. My network is running great. Thanks again!


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