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What's happening is that Google is throttling your API requests. There's a limit to how much data they let you get through a free service. Apparently, after 2500 requests, they cut you off. When you “reset modem”, you evidently get a different IP address from your ISP, so you can make another 2500 requests before you get blocked there. You need to rethink ...


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You can test this using ab, a software that resides inside apache2-utils package. Example: ab -r -n 100 -c 10 -k -H "Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate" http://mysite.mydomain.com/ -r: Avoid exiting on socket errors. -n: Number of requests to perform. -c: Number of multiple requests running in concurrency. -k: Enable HTTP KeepAlive. Means it will perform ...



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