Re: Master is still *really* slow:-/
m* <email@example.com> writes:
> the statistics your are providing, as well as your complaints :>, are
> exactly what i need to take to the table when i confront(?) our ISP
> and Savvis regarding this issue.
> as far as i am concerend you are my "customers" and as a customer
> you deserve to have your concerns addressed and acted upon.
> if you/i/we can continue to collect a few more traceroute/ping reports
> ( if only to provide a chronological record ) and complaints :o
> i will happily request that our ISP and Savvis investigate the
> cause of packet loss and link degradation.
Initially, what triggerred my invistigations/complaints is while
interactive TCP connections are more or less ok, bulk TCP
throughput differs on the direction:
o Sending a file to master is fine: sustained packet activity
o Receiving a file from master is quite bad: the traffic is very
That seems to suit the mtr logs where most of the packet loss happens
with packet coming from master.
Any others having the same experience ?