Re: Slow access speeds for backup server
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On 12/04/07 19:57, Duncan McDonald wrote:
> Hi all,
> I run a small network with a primary and secondary debian server which
> access the net through a debian router. The debian router serves 3
> separate intranets and like the servers, is running Sarge stable.
Sarge is oldstable. With the emphasis on *old*.
Anything that's visible to the hostile environment that is the
Intarweb, I'd bump that world-facing router to Etch ASAP.
> Over the past couple of weeks I've noticed that access times to the
> backup server have been steadily increasing and now it takes about 2
> minutes to display a web page. At first I thought it might be a router
> issue because when I ran tcpdump the summary at the end said:
> This network configuration has been running fine for over a year now
> without any changes so I'm a bit stumped about what the problem is.
Could be your NIC is getting dodgy. Or the HDD. Or the ISP is
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
"Your mistletoe is no match for my TOW missile." Santa-bot
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