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Re: Why does 10.5 Apache not serve static web content faster then 1.03s versus 0.34s for IIS/6.0 in a VM on the same machine?



On Mar 26, 2011, at 4:08 PM, Wayne Dixon wrote:

> Ian:
>
> Technically, you are not correct. Javascript is a client-side script, even when run on a server.  It is processed by the client and never processed by the server.  Java is a server-side, but Javascript has never been server-side.

No, he is correct. Javascript /can be/ processed server side. It's called "Server Side JavaScript" and isn't common.

-d

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References: 
 >Why does 10.5 Apache not serve static web content faster then 1.03s versus 0.34s for IIS/6.0 in a VM on the same machine? (From: Ceriel Jacobs <email@hidden>)
 >Re: Why does 10.5 Apache not serve static web content faster then 1.03s versus 0.34s for IIS/6.0 in a VM on the same machine? (From: Ian Kaufman <email@hidden>)
 >Re: Why does 10.5 Apache not serve static web content faster then 1.03s versus 0.34s for IIS/6.0 in a VM on the same machine? (From: Wayne Dixon <email@hidden>)



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