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mysqld tries to determine your timezone at startup. You can see these values with: SELECT @@global.time_zone, @@session.time_zone; You can set the timezone per-session or globally at runtime: SET GLOBAL time_zone = timezone; You can, and it seems you should, set it in the config file: default-time-zone='+0:00' The documentation says these are valid ...


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NT5DS Is the client protocol for Windows systems to retrieve time from a DC. Using this on your Windows machines does not prevent you from also enabling the NTP server on your Windows DCs, and configuring your Linux clients to use your DCs as a source of time using the NTP protocol. I configure my DCs using group policy to enable NTP so I can point my ...


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It is common to use a content server to serve up static content. This can set appropriate caching headers so that the browser can cache the content. This reduces rendering time on subsequent page loads. Some sites will set very long expiry times and use new file names for updated content. While this does not help with initial load times, it should ...


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This can depend on KeepAlive settings. If set - server will attempt to use as few connections as possible (on concert with browser). However while doing so communication becomes "synchronous" so there's a "I ask for A and won't be asking for B until A is here". Also Server should be sending items in the order requests been received and not in the order it ...


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This behaviour depends on your browser. If you use Chrome, for example, you might find the Timing graph shows the same behaviour, but that things are 'stalled' for a while; this is likely due to [Chrome's] limit of 6 concurrent connections per origin. You don't say what browser&version you are using. Here's an extract from ...


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You can set up a caching proxy (assuming we're talking about HTTP - and potentially HTTPS if you are okay to set up HTTPS interception) such as Squid to cache the server's responses. Tinkering with the refresh patterns and using non-standard options (such as ignoring Cache-Control headers) may yield even better results at the expense of breaking the HTTP ...


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No, it's unlikely that the distance from France to Canada is making any significant difference, or that getting a Canadian VPN would help. If the server is overloaded, then there's nothing that you can do except for doing your download at a quieter time. The server's operators need to upgrade it. The only exception to this would be if the server's external ...


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Base on your VMware Workstation version you have to use "0" or "false". For Vmware Workstation 10 its working with these settings: tools.syncTime = "FALSE" time.synchronize.continue = "FALSE" time.synchronize.restore = "FALSE" time.synchronize.resume.disk = "FALSE" time.synchronize.shrink = "FALSE" time.synchronize.tools.startup = "FALSE" ...



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