Re: apt PARALLELISM
Michelle Konzack <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Am 2005-12-12 13:23:01, schrieb Goswin von Brederlow:
>> Actualy one thing apt could do:
>> mrvn@frosties:~% host security.debian.org
>> security.debian.org A 188.8.131.52
>> security.debian.org A 184.108.40.206
>> security.debian.org A 220.127.116.11
>> Why not open 3 connections one to each host?
> I have tested the Mirrors and there is a problem with my 8 MBit ADSL.
> Singel download or parallel I get all the time the same speed.
> 7616 kBit or 780 kByte/s
> Who need PARALELISM and who has a bandwidth of more then 8 MBit?
I have 10240kBit downstream and get way less from security.debian.org.
Especialy when there is a security release of X or latex.
> I have written a small apt-get wraper which use --print-uris and have
> piped it to the same number of wget processes backgrounded and
> disowned it... (it download all the files into /var/cache/apt/archives
> and after this I install from this directory.
> Same resultat. No performance plus.
> No chance for the hell! - The Debian servers are faster.
If there is a slowdown it usualy is somewhere between debian and the
user. Connection speeds to various servers might widely vary.