Performance of web method calls

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Rivaaj, Dec 1, 2003.

  1. Rivaaj

    Rivaaj Guest

    Hi

    I have been timing a client application's response time when invoking a
    simple web method (it simply returns). A single test client invokes this
    method synchronously without a delay between a response and the next
    request. An average time in the order of 11ms is measured. The web service
    is not servicing requests from any other client apps. When a second test
    client is run concurrently with the first an average time in the order of
    22ms is measured. The median however remains fairly constant between these
    two cases.

    Is there a reason why the average time would be affected so greatly by the
    addition of a second client?

    Thanks
    Rivaaj
     
    Rivaaj, Dec 1, 2003
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