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Re: Bug#192416: ITP: rsh-redone -- Reimplementation of remote shell tools.

On Fri, 9 May 2003 11:44, Martijn van Oosterhout wrote:
> > If I had more spare time I'd make a modification to ssh such that if scp
> > was run as rcp it would use all the usual scp mechanisms for passwords
> > etc, and then just send MD5 signed data through in clear-text after the
> I tripled the speed of scp to an old 486SX/33 simply by turning off
> compression. Once I worked that out I added a line to the ssh_config and
> forgot about it.

Last time I was transferring big files via ssh they were web server log files 
and I more than doubled the transfer speed by turning compression on (it 
seems that compression takes much less CPU time than encryption).

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