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IIS much faster than Apache for Isapi dll?

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In this article:

 

http://mc-computing.com/databases/Delphi/WebServers/WebServers.html

 

the author says the following:

 

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Apache will run CGI exe's and ISAPI dll's. However, because the ISAPI dll's are reloaded each time that they are called, they run at the same speed as an *.exe. (Thus, IIS is much faster.)

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and from the Apache documentation of 2.4:

 

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_isapi.html

 

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There is no capability within the Apache server to leave a requested module loaded. However, you may preload and keep a specific module loaded by using the following syntax in your httpd.conf......:

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Is this still true for the latest stable version of Apache on windows?

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i trying to this. i suppose iis faster than exe. my project's exe is running very slow  than iis. but this information is not precise information.

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i trying to this. i suppose iis faster than exe. my project's exe is running very slow  than iis. but this information is not precise information.

 

Source of slowness in your exe app is not uniGUI perhaps. Please explain, what sort of slowness are you experiencing?

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I downloaded the new version (1.0.2 build 1449) and had this same problem. If you use http: // localhost: 8077 / it gets very slow, up to 3 seconds to go from one record to another. However, using http://127.0.0.1:8077/becomes normal. I did the test by opening two Chrome tabs simultaneously. Just to register and help.

 

I take this opportunity to congratulate you for the project, I have not been testing UniGui for some years, and now there is an opportunity to test for a new project. I am optimistic about the product. Congratulations Farshad!

 

Fábio Oliveira.

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Delays should be around a few hundre milliseconds, and if not

there is probabaly another issue, like check your local routing table.

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