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[Lynx-dev] how can I trace down "pauses"

From: Virden, Larry W.
Subject: [Lynx-dev] how can I trace down "pauses"
Date: Tue, 1 May 2007 11:04:16 -0400 (EDT)


Recently a favorite web site ( changed http servers.
Since that occurance, I've been noticing a peculiar behavior with lynx
(2.8.7dev.4 built on sparc solaris is my primary version).

What I see happen is this - in the first second or so, the page appears.
In the status message, I see Read 12 of 13 KB of data, 6 KB/sec. or
perhaps 18 of 22 KB. Then lynx sits for 30 seconds, and eventually
either gets the data or gives up - I can't tell which.

The weird thing is that if I use 'z' to tell lynx to stop , I look
around and see what appears to be the entire page.

So, what approach would you take to try to figure out what is going
on between lynx and the server that is causing the 30 second 'delay'?
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