[ntp:webdudes] Re: [ntp:hackers] Twiki

Brian Utterback brian.utterback at sun.com
Tue Nov 4 05:10:15 PST 2003

This is my experience as well, but I suspect that the problem could be 
resolved with a caching
strategy on the server.

Tim Shoppa wrote:

>I'm trying to have an open mind, but whenever I access twiki.ntp.org
>over the web I find that it takes between 10 and 20 seconds each time
>I try to open a page.  This is true whether I'm using Mozilla, Netscape,
>Opera, or lynx, so I don't think it's browser dependent.
>As a result, my only experience with the NTP Twiki is that it is painfully
>slow.  Compared to the "plain HTML" documentation it feels pointless,
>my patience browsing the web these days is very very slim.
>I have no idea if the sluggishness is unique to me or what.  If someone
>wants to check the webserver logs, I come in from
>hackers mailing list
>hackers at ntp.org


Lesson from the blackout of 2003:
The power grid is THE most critical infrastructure, upon which all 
others depend, and nobody really knows how it works.
Brian Utterback - Solaris Sustaining (NFS/Naming) - Sun Microsystems Inc.,
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