[freeside] turn key....
mark at pc-intouch.com
Sat Jul 17 02:20:11 PDT 1999
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On Sat, 17 Jul 1999, Ivan Kohler wrote:
> Not unless the machine is thrashing to swap. Let me know what you see
> from memory usage on `top' when it is slow... is is slow on a particular
> function or search, or at particular times? If it is only when you're
> pulling up long tables, browsing longs lists of customers and the like?
> That would be client-side slowness (takes browsers forever to render big
This is particularly a problem with IE, because it tries not to display
*anything* until it's finished downloading and rendering.
Try it in Lynx. If it's significantly faster, it's the browser and you
might consider throwing that extra RAM at your workstations (or installing
Lynx on your workstations).
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