Checked again just now, w7:
ICS with 64k buffer: Upload Duration: 33.2 secs / Speed: 137,151 chars/sec
SYN: Upload Duration: 2 secs / Speed: 2,275,855 chars/sec
On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 4:04 PM, brian - <hikarito...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Erm, I thought we all reached a clear conclusion that the issue happens
> from w98 to w7, and whatever causes the problem seems fixed from w8
> onwards. Since all the tests were compared with a different tcp/ip library
> at the exact same time of performing the ICS tests, I think we can rule out
> random temporal issues.
> On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 3:48 PM, Angus Robertson - Magenta Systems Ltd <
> an...@magsys.co.uk> wrote:
>> > GET seems fine though. You mentioned changing the buffer size,
>> > where would you do that?
>> I've not yet looked closely at the code, once SSL is done.
>> > I tried changing 8k to 64k in OverbyteIcsHttpProt.pas here,
>> > but it made no difference:
>> But then you discovered the low speeds only happened on certain
>> platforms, not all platforms. Which is exactly my point, modern
>> hardware and perhaps the OS, can effect performance dramatically, as
>> can the internet generally.
>> I do daily speed tests at 5:30am downloading HTTP files from several of
>> my servers, and a few weeks ago the speed tripled without any changes
>> of client or server software or internet access, but some days the
>> speed is back to the original slower pace. It could be windows updates,
>> my Sonicwall firewalls behaving strangely, or the broadband wholesaler
>> throttling my connection. Sometimes this stuff can not be rationally
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