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[tode_st] gzip over the WAN?

Paul DeBruicker
Hi Dale,



Does tODE use gzip?  I only notice Serious lag when opening a big ObjectLog.  I do tunnel through SSH, and use its compression, so maybe adding it to tODE is a non-solution for my "problems"  


thanks

Paul

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Re: [tode_st] gzip over the WAN?

Dale Henrichs-3
tODE does not use Gzip ... good point that ssh compression might make
use of any other compression a moot point.... there is an option for GCI
to use compression, if you think it might help, `GciSession
enableFullCompression` should turn it on ...

You might try a `pf start`, `ol view ....`, then use `pf view` to see if
there is a lot of time being spent in the server, there could be time
spent moving entries from the RCQueue to the OrderedCollection ... or
overhead for creating the object log client elements ... I could add an
option to `ol view` for limiting the number of object log client
elements created, similar to what is done for very large collections in
the inspector ...

Let me know what you find out/think ....

Dale

On 4/1/17 3:27 PM, PAUL DEBRUICKER wrote:

> Hi Dale,
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> Does tODE use gzip?  I only notice Serious lag when opening a big ObjectLog.  I do tunnel through SSH, and use its compression, so maybe adding it to tODE is a non-solution for my "problems"
>
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> thanks
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> Paul
>

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