Re: Very slow X performance on X terminals
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 23:58:01 +0200
> I am trying to set up some X terminals to run of a poweredge 1750
> running redhat 9. The server is dual 2.4GHz w/4GB RAM and is on a
> Gigabit feed. The clients are on a 100Mbit feeds. When a user resizes
> any application window the redraw progresses in steps and slow as a
> snail. I running gdm. I tried to use
> both Solaris sparc and Solaris intel based system and do not see this
> problem. I need to get the linux up and running.
> Any help/pointers will be appreciated.
What clients? Which server? Is it only the resize or is everything slow?
You should be more clear in your problem description. X11 on Linux in
general runs very well, you know.
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