Maybe Mark B. can answer how IBM does it on their own Rochester IBM web site,
although the answer is probably that they put in T3 lines and throw the 
biggest AS/400 they have as the server.   :-)


On Fri, 22 Aug 1997 Patrick.Archibald@HOMETELCO.COM wrote:

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> >From . . . . HTPLAINF HTPLAINF  Patrick L Archibald                          
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> Date . . . . August 22, 1997
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> Subject  . . RE: HTTP Performance                                             
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> You're not the only one.  I haven't found any way to make the initial
> access faster.  
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> >We have noticed that the initial access to a web page on the AS/400 is  
> >very slow.  After that, it is fine for any accesses of any of the pages 
> >(for an undetermined period of time, anyway).  I have read a little bit 
> >about how jobs start up for QTMHHTTP, so I see where there is extra     
> >overhead, but I am wondering if there are things that can be done       
> >(settings, prestart jobs, etc) to improve the initial access performance 
> >                                                                        
> >TIA.                                                                    
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> >  -- Carol                                                              
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