RE: Re: Relation between Memory /Time Problem and OS ?
> -----Original Message----- > From: Dipesh Khakhkhar > > Well as I said it as a discrepancy, i mean even if the timing > shown on the > Windows 2000 server was less, it took longer than on the windows > XP even if No, it didn't... 2198 + 7.545 + 18.70 + 4379 is more than 27.01 + 8.515 > server was having more memory. > > The CPU Speed of the two machine are > > Windows XP : Single Processor of 800 Mhz. > > Windows 2000 server: Dual Processor each of 500 Mhz. > > So even everything is more configuration wise why it took long > time (whereas No, it's not... unless there's automatic parallel processing. If only 1 of the 2 CPUs is used on the server, however... > it didn't showed the correct time with -t command in MSXSL). > And that's the very same version of MSXSL? (Besides this: how do you *know* what the correct time is?) Greetz, Andreas Delmelle XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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