RE: [xsl] Re: Relation between Memory /Time Problem and OS ??

Subject: RE: [xsl] Re: Relation between Memory /Time Problem and OS ??
From: Dipesh Khakhkhar <dkhakhkh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2003 11:58:21 -0400

Thanks for replying.

Even if msxsl is showing 0 milliseconds for loading xml document of 6 MB and 0 
milliseconds for exeucting it, it is taking long time to complete the process 
and give the output. The only reason for this which i guess now is the 
priority of this process and the number of processes running on the server. 
And on top of this i know my algorithim is inefficient, now i am curious to 
find out with the same algorithm which all parameters comes into picture to 
get the actual performance.

So as Kevin pointed out, some way of benchmarking the performance must be 
deployed, so i think doing that I would come out with some concrete reasons. I 
will also try to make that process with highest priority and then check its 

Thanks for replying and throwing lights on this issue.


> What I mean is:
> The only process taking more time was the loading of the  stylesheet, but 
there are other factors to take into account: i.e. transfer-rate of the hard 
drive, the number of processes running on both computers (probably more 
processes on the server, which could explain why it took slightly longer to 
load the stylesheet as well as the fact that it didn't seem to return as 
quickly... the operation might have already been finished, while there were 
still processes running with a higher priority)

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