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Old 02-05-2002
Solaris 8 JAVA

Does anyone know why Solaris 8 seems to take a long time for it to load java applet? Or is there a problem with me Java. For example this web page; On a linux box it comes up quick but on my Solaris box it takes three times as long. If anyone has an information or can point me to the right place, that would be great. ( all network configuration are almost the same except for the system spec) THANKS
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Old 02-05-2002
What web page are you hitting? What versions of the OS from the systems?

Give some more info on what else is going on with these systems. Is the Linux box for a single user and the Solaris for multiple?

Is the only difference the OS? Or is the route to the web page different for each (use traceroute).
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Old 02-05-2002

I'm using Solaris 8 on a Sun Ultra 1 and Redhat 7.2 on an intel machine. Both are for multiuser. They are both on the same network (ie domain), with the seem DNS server. The "route" for the web site is differnt each time, after it reach our DSL provider. I have also set my Solaris 8 hme interface to full duplex. The connection between the system if fine and fast, there are no resolution problems. At this point I think that the only different is my OS. Hope that helps THANKS.
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Old 02-07-2002
Your problem may be comparing apples to oranges.

Many things can effect this: memory in each system, patch level, the sub-net the systems are on, system resources being used by other processes, the options for the web browser....

I would suggest you look on for any mention of problems with java on Solaris 8. Maybe you will get something there if no one else here can help.
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Old 02-08-2002
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