Issue with .pac file vs .ins file

Issue with .pac file vs .ins file

Post by VHJpc2h » Wed, 15 Dec 2004 06:15:02


We recently implemented a group policy for our IE settings which is pointing
to a .pac file, this use to be configured through a .ins file via IEAK. One
issue has recently occurred, when pointing the browser back to the .ins file,
it can not connect to the internet. Any suggestions?
 
 
 

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That's not really a surprise, is it? In the second case, everything fits
in the file cache. You're overwriting the same sectors over and over, so
you only use 20 MB of file cache, and it doesn't even need to touch the
disk every time.

In the first case, every byte that you write has to be passed through the
cache and sent to disk. You're writing 8 GB, which is larger than the file
cache.

The job takes what it takes. If you need to write 8 GB, then it's going to
take 280 seconds.
--
Tim Roberts, XXXX@XXXXX.COM
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.

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