kalin mintchev wrote:
Yet the only data you've given us is that it changes when the network
does-- it's possible that high traffic volumes could slam the system's
response, as could misconfigured DNS...
On 2007-10-25 kalin mintchev wrote:
i noticed that when i take my laptop to work and change the network
settings in rc.conf before starting xorg after i do startx the whole
xorg/gnome experience gets slowed down. first xorg takes it's time to
start and then load gnome, window manager etc.
and then all applications in gnome take about 30 - 60 seconds to
start. when i get back home and change the rc.conf back to my home
settings th xorg starts quickly and all the applications start at
normal speed - 4 - 5 sec.
Just a wild guess but it could be a (D/DoS) worm active on that network.
it's not the network. it's the system itself...
talking about start up times.... of xorg/gnome.... nothing to do with
Jay Chandler / KB1JWQ
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