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Re: nntp.dragonflybsd.org slowness?

From: Matthew Dillon <dillon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 23:14:12 -0700 (PDT)

:Is anyone else reading the lists through the news gateway?  If so, has 
:it also been quite slow the last few days for you?
:It generally takes 30-40 seconds to pull each article up on my end.  At 
:first, I figured it was related to the work Matt was doing, but now that 
:it's done... hm.

    It should be instantanious.  Try telneting directly to the nntp port
    (119) on nntp.dragonflybsd.org and issuing a few commands manually.

idiom:/home/dillon> telnet nntp.dragonflybsd.org 119
Connected to crater.dragonflybsd.org.
Escape character is '^]'.
200 crater_reader.dragonflybsd.org NNRP Service Ready (posting ok).
215 Newsgroups in form "group high low flags".
dragonfly.kernel 0000008981 0000000003 y
dragonfly.test 0000000389 0000000001 y
dragonfly.bugs 0000004899 0000000001 y
dragonfly.commits 0000010800 0000000001 y
dragonfly.submit 0000003563 0000000001 y
dragonfly.docs 0000000428 0000000001 y
dragonfly.users 0000004246 0000000001 y
group dragonfly.bugs
211 4899 1 4899 dragonfly.bugs
article 4899
. ..
article 4898
. ..

    If that goes fast then try going through your normal program, but
    perhaps run a ktrace on it to see where or why it is stalling, and/or
    a tcpdump to observe the network traffic on the port while it is running,
    to try to figure out where the latency is occuring.

					Matthew Dillon 

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