IE9 Slow Loading some Pages


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charliec

I also posted the following in the IE Newsgroup:

I'm running IEv9 and Win7 and am having a bit of a problem loading
some pages - one in particular. It sometimes take a minute to a full
minute and a half to load. Looking for any insights as to solving
this problem. Take a look at the link below - and see if it loads
normally for you or not, and if not, what needs to be done to speed it
up.

http://www.chevronfcu.org/Pages/CFCULandingPage.aspx

Thanks for any insights.

charliec
 
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BillW50

I also posted the following in the IE Newsgroup:

I'm running IEv9 and Win7 and am having a bit of a problem loading
some pages - one in particular. It sometimes take a minute to a full
minute and a half to load. Looking for any insights as to solving
this problem. Take a look at the link below - and see if it loads
normally for you or not, and if not, what needs to be done to speed it
up.

http://www.chevronfcu.org/Pages/CFCULandingPage.aspx

Thanks for any insights.

charliec
It had taken 10 seconds here to load under Maxthon 3. Pretty slow for a
webpage. It is most likely the server is pretty busy.
 
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Gene E. Bloch

I also posted the following in the IE Newsgroup:

I'm running IEv9 and Win7 and am having a bit of a problem loading
some pages - one in particular. It sometimes take a minute to a full
minute and a half to load. Looking for any insights as to solving
this problem. Take a look at the link below - and see if it loads
normally for you or not, and if not, what needs to be done to speed it
up.

http://www.chevronfcu.org/Pages/CFCULandingPage.aspx

Thanks for any insights.

charliec
It loaded here in 50 seconds in Firefox and half that in IE. Since it
uses ASPX, which IIRC is executed at the remote site, you could be
affected by heavy traffic (this is pure guesswork on my part).

I *strongly* suggest that you crosspost instead of multiposting. That
way all of your correspondents will see all of the replies in both
newsgroups. I for one have no intention of subscribing to the IE
newsgroup in order to follow this thread in both places.
 
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Paul

I also posted the following in the IE Newsgroup:

I'm running IEv9 and Win7 and am having a bit of a problem loading
some pages - one in particular. It sometimes take a minute to a full
minute and a half to load. Looking for any insights as to solving
this problem. Take a look at the link below - and see if it loads
normally for you or not, and if not, what needs to be done to speed it
up.

http://www.chevronfcu.org/Pages/CFCULandingPage.aspx

Thanks for any insights.

charliec
First packets sent at 28 seconds after the minute.
No CPU activity to be seen on Firefox.
Response from Chevron at 43 seconds after the minute.
A server-side delay of 15 seconds.

Then a deluge of data. A number of TCP Dup Ack packets noted.

Data transmission from Chevron stops at 55 seconds after the minute.
Total transmission time 12 seconds.

So 15 seconds purely on the server side, followed
by 12 seconds to send all the data.

It's not looking like a client side problem to me. Could
be a lot of processing on the server side, followed
by bandwidth-limited delivery to the browser. My link
didn't seem to be flat out. 1650 total packets for the
presentation of that page.

Paul
 
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charlie

First packets sent at 28 seconds after the minute.
No CPU activity to be seen on Firefox.
Response from Chevron at 43 seconds after the minute.
A server-side delay of 15 seconds.

Then a deluge of data. A number of TCP Dup Ack packets noted.

Data transmission from Chevron stops at 55 seconds after the minute.
Total transmission time 12 seconds.

So 15 seconds purely on the server side, followed
by 12 seconds to send all the data.

It's not looking like a client side problem to me. Could
be a lot of processing on the server side, followed
by bandwidth-limited delivery to the browser. My link
didn't seem to be flat out. 1650 total packets for the
presentation of that page.

Paul
It's the server. The web page is loading too much "stuff", and the
server is a bit slow. Some of the bank servers occasionally have similar
problems. Whoever is responsible for the web page "programming"
needs to make some changes.

As to server speed in general. My son, decided to manage "servers for
the servers" some time ago. One of the biggest problems was finding a
server farm in a location that had very high speed acccess and reliable
operation. A server farm was picked in Texas, instead of Atlanta.
Reason? The server farm's internet access is as direct as it's possible
to have. Has to do with what physical part of the internet is in the
basement vault.
 

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