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Browser: FireFox/3.5.3 & Google Chrome/188.8.131.52
Webserver: lighttpd/1.4.23 & Apache/2.2.13
I am designing a front-end for a web-application and started with the portal template. At the moment I have two tree menu's and couple of grids, which are filled with static data from json files at load time. However, loading the page takes around 5 seconds, which I consider pretty poor as there is (almost) no network latency.
I had a look at the server access log and notice that loading leads to around 160 requests, and 100 of them are for "s.gif". Using Chrome instead of FireFox leads to a much better performance, as in that case there are only a few "s.gif" request.
A similar behaviour can be observed in the "./examples/tree/two-trees.html" sample, where I see around 50 request, with more than 30 for "s.gif".
Even though there are >150 simultaneous requests, 5 seconds still seems very slow, which I thought indicated a web server problem. However, I have tried both lighttpd and Apache, and I observe similar loading times
I have two questions:
* Is such a high number of requests a known "issue"? It appears browser specific, but I was wondering if there any methods to bring it down (100+ "s.gif requests doesn't seem efficient...)
* Any views on what are other reasons for slow loading times? The two-trees sample loads slow as well in my opinion, so perhaps we can discuss using that example.
ok, but lets take "./examples/tree/two-trees.html" as example.
On the serverside I am running lighttpd under FreeBSD (don't think that matters though).
I see the following on reloading (shift-reload button):
Win XP with FireFox/3.5.3: 52 requests, 37 for s.gif
Win XP with Chrome/184.108.40.206: 14 requests, 2 for s.gif
Win XP with IE/8.0: 15 requests, 3 for s.gif
Win XP with Safari/4.0.3: 29 requests, 5 for s.gif
Mac OS X 10.6.1 with FireFox/3.5.3: 60 requests, 41 for s.gif
Mac OS X 10.6.1 with Safari/4.0.3: 8 requests, 1 for s.gif
These numbers are non-producable, i.e. they change every time I do a re-load, but it does suggest a FireFox issue (and less severe Safari for Windows).
I would consider an up-to-date FireFox in general one of the "better browsers", so I am wondering if other people observe something similar.
Also, on second thoughts, I do think this offers some explanation for slow load time. Because even though the server might be able to handle >1000 requests per second, the browser will request them sequentially.
can I ask what browser & debug tool you are using? I see in Firebug only XHR requests (or I don't how to see all requests).
below my lighttpd access.log, which is showing all s.gif requests (I have changed my domain to example.com before pasting). It might be an issue with logging, but my first impression is that these requests actually take place
[I have attached now the log file instead of copy-pasting it]