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> At 12:20 PM 10/2/95, Peter Trei wrote:
> >For those curious about the latency, I'm posting this at 12:08, on the US
> >east coast.
> >How long did it take to reach you?
> I got it at 09:14, Pacific Daylight Time, so there appears to be no lag.
Here's the relevant headers for the bounceback to me, which took an hour:
> Received: from relay3.UU.NET [18.104.22.168] by alcor.process.com
> with SMTP-OpenVMS via TCP/IP; Mon, 2 Oct 1995 13:10 -0400
> Received: from toad.com by relay3.UU.NET with SMTP
> id QQzjst04916; Mon, 2 Oct 1995 12:51:05 -0400
> Received: by toad.com id AA00166; Mon, 2 Oct 95 09:10:05 PDT
> Received: from alcor.process.com by toad.com id AA00160; Mon, 2 Oct 95
> 09:10:02 PDT Message-Id: <[email protected]> Received: from thunk
> [22.214.171.124] by alcor.process.com
> with SMTP-OpenVMS via TCP/IP; Mon, 2 Oct 1995 12:10 -0400
> Date: Mon, 2 Oct 1995 12:14:30 -6
Sent by thunk.process.com
Received by alcor.process.com
12:10 EDT -4 minutes (thunk's clock is off)
Received by toad
9:10 PDT 0 minutes
Received by uunet
12:51 EDT 41 minutes
Received by alcor
13:10 EDT 19 minutes
It looks like there's a considerable delay entering and leaving uunet. I'm not sure which
machine gets the blame, but it's either toad&uunet, or uunet&alcor.
Senior Software Engineer
Purveyor Development Team
Process Software Corporation