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Post 3+ Months Ago

could you guys give me a speed test and your connection speed for my site please?

http://www.billard-pavillon.de

(is there some kind of tool to help me find these things out?)

cheers

steve
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Post 3+ Months Ago

The speed for me is instant, from the northeast USA.

By the way, the e in café has a "forward" or acute accent.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Pretty much instant for me too in Las Vegas NV, though the big-ass logo comes in a *few* nano-seconds after the rest of the content. Might want to work on your image optimization :P (J/K)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Speed tester (using my site as an example):
http://www.websiteoptimization.com/serv ... rough.com/
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Content loaded instantly, took around 6 seconds for the image to load. Central Canada :D

On a side note, you should never resort to horizontal scrolling :|
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Instantly here too. Western Australia. Although when I tested it on a dialup it took about 6-8 seconds.
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My company pays for a service called 'Keynote" -- http://www.keynote.com -- which uses points of presence all over the globe to measure, well, all sorts of information. One of the options is to choose any number of the pop's and run a benchmark, using a pragma no cache option, to test the speed for the objects and completion time.

So, to make a long story short, I ran it using about 15 global pops, the slowest of which was Sydney (Telestra backbone) at just under 20 seconds.

It's odd that in almost every case, the slowest performing download was the small English flag.
Here's the tabular data from the 5 objects of note;

Code: [ Select ]

Item       Type       Start Offset       DNS 
Sec.      Connect 
Sec.      Redirect 
Sec.      First Byte 
Sec.      Content 
DL Sec.      Bytes 
Downloaded 
1      http://www.billard-pavillon.de/      Base Page      -      0.39      0.35      *      0.7      0.7      8,684 
2      www.billard-pav.../germanflag.jpg      image/jpeg      2.15      *      0.35      *      0.35      *      2036 
3      www.billard-pav...ontal-rules.gif      image/gif      2.16      *      0.35      *      0.36      0.35      2613 
4      www.billard-pav...villon.de/1.jpg      image/jpeg      2.16      *      0.35      *      0.36      3.02      6778 
5      www.billard-pav...englishflag.jpg      image/jpeg      2.15      *      0.35      *      0.36      16.46      17606 
Average      0.08      0.35      -      0.42      4.11      7543 
Total      19.33      37,717 

  1. Item       Type       Start Offset       DNS 
  2. Sec.      Connect 
  3. Sec.      Redirect 
  4. Sec.      First Byte 
  5. Sec.      Content 
  6. DL Sec.      Bytes 
  7. Downloaded 
  8. 1      http://www.billard-pavillon.de/      Base Page      -      0.39      0.35      *      0.7      0.7      8,684 
  9. 2      www.billard-pav.../germanflag.jpg      image/jpeg      2.15      *      0.35      *      0.35      *      2036 
  10. 3      www.billard-pav...ontal-rules.gif      image/gif      2.16      *      0.35      *      0.36      0.35      2613 
  11. 4      www.billard-pav...villon.de/1.jpg      image/jpeg      2.16      *      0.35      *      0.36      3.02      6778 
  12. 5      www.billard-pav...englishflag.jpg      image/jpeg      2.15      *      0.35      *      0.36      16.46      17606 
  13. Average      0.08      0.35      -      0.42      4.11      7543 
  14. Total      19.33      37,717 


The actual output is very nice, with bar graphs depicting offset times for download of each object, and total time for first byte, etc.

If you would like, I have saved the page out and can zip it up and send it off to you.

Cheers.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

excellent app!
what does your company do?
i would love it if you mailed off the page to me at

steve @
stephen-hunter
.com

cheers

steve
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steve0 wrote:
excellent app!
what does your company do?
i would love it if you mailed off the page to me at

steve @
stephen-hunter
.com

cheers

steve

My company? Uhm. Everything. :)
IBM.

Cheers. When I get home, I will maill that information off.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

thanx again for your help!!

cheers

steve0

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