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Re: [K12OSN] Webpage tanking TC

Best solution I've found is making sure the TCs that can be fat are fat, and as such run java/flash/html5 on the client itself rather than on the server where multiple copies are always bound to jam performance... Also... the bigger your pipeline the better... gigabit to every client works wonders, if u cant do that, dual gigabit on the server to 2 seperate switches also helps... 2 gigabit network internals I mean...

I just setup a school albeit be it ubuntu, and 60% of clients are fat, it helped a lot of things, not just stability, but speed, persistence if server reboots, etc...

kind regards,
David Van Assche

On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 2:52 PM, Barry R Cisna <brcisna eazylivin net> wrote:
Hello All,

I have asked this question a few  times before, but am still puzzled,,in
what web pages that have lots of javasrcipt built into them completely
tanks a TC's performance,when even Youtube videos can be run fine,on the
same TC.

Using Craigslist which is all simple text,,,but when viewing page source
it is loaded with   ,,, text/_javascript_ ,,,entries.
When trying to view Craigslist from an Ebox 2300( which I know is
minimal),,,but views Youtube videos fine,the scrolling is totally

As I stated before,I think, Since using the initial k12ltsp distro,which
I think shipped with firefox 0.97,,or something along those lines until
current the slowness has always been there.

I only use rpm version of what is available and don't like to build from
source,(on production servers,anyway),to try and keep maintenance
somewhat manageable.

Also many of message boards that use the UltraBB (and a couple
others,,cant think now) format/product really hangs TC's as well,I have

Anyone figured a really doable workaround for _javascript_ hangs like

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