holy moly - you're right!  This fool will sleep so much better...a million thanks.

On Thu, Dec 17, 2015 at 12:09 AM, Amber "Hawkie" Brown <hawkowl@atleastfornow.net> wrote:

> On 17 Dec 2015, at 08:11, Kevin Mcintyre <kebin70@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey - I'm confused, so nothing new :) ...but I'm running at this example and I'm scratching my head.
> http://twistedmatrix.com/documents/current/web/howto/web-in-60/asynchronous-deferred.html
> I would've thought 2 requests could be served simultaneously, but when I fire off 2 requests the first received gets it's response after 5 seconds, while the second response takes 10 seconds.
> I think I understand what's happening, but I don't know why...and I would love an example where the subsequent request doesn't have to wait for the first request to finish.
> Thanks,
> Kevin

I've ran into this before --  browsers sometimes rate-limit requests, and won't actually send the second request until the first is done, over the same connection, rather than making a second TCP connection -- try using cURL or wget, which has no such limitation, and see if it works any better.

- Amber

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