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20051101: test



>From: "Patrick L. Francis" <address@hidden>
>Organization: BGSU
>Keywords: 200510312116.j9VLGv7s008531 IDD

Patrick,

re: Yes, but compare this to other machines receiving the same data
from some of the same servers:

>I sent your response to the director of IT.. will be interesting
>to see what he says...

OK.

>could you please give an example
>PQACT entry that specifies only having 1,2 or 3 products
>stream through? Then i will test that on another server
>just for grins and giggles.

I do not understand what you are asking for.

pqact.conf entries specify how products from a datastream will be
processed, they do not specify what to request.  I am assuming that
your latency problem is a result of network congestion, packet shaping,
or even a router problem, not a processing one.  As you said previously,
your machines are essentially idling.

Tom
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