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resouces loaded sequential instead of paralel with chrome and spyd
02-26-2014, 09:26 AM
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RE: resouces loaded sequential instead of paralel with chrome and spyd
WebPagetest launches the actual browser so if the browser supports SPDY (Chrome, Firefox, IE 11) then SPDY will be used and that's pretty much what it looks like. When you test at home is it with a clear browser cache (just making sure all of the resources are still loaded)?

The Dublin location is running on Small AWS instances (I believe) and it looks like you're CPU constrained. If you test from the "Dulles Thinkpad" location then it will run on reasonably modern actual hardware (3rd gen i5's) - though it will have more latency : http://www.webpagetest.org/result/140225...2/details/

Even on the faster hardware it still looks like the individual resources take longer than you'd expect. Having them serialized isn't unexpected as long as the server isn't waiting on anything - it will usually write to it's local buffers until they fill and as long as it can keep the pipe full then serialized should be just as fast as parallel/interleaved. Some SPDY implementations will round-robin at a given priority level but I don't know what you're using (is it mod_spdy?).
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RE: resouces loaded sequential instead of paralel with chrome and spyd - pmeenan - 02-26-2014 09:26 AM

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