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Re: hardware/optimizations for a download-webserver

Am 2004-07-19 10:01:06, schrieb Russell Coker:
>On Mon, 19 Jul 2004 05:59, Michelle Konzack <linux4michelle@freenet.de> wrote:
>> >Thinking of the expected 50KB/sec download rate i calculated a
>> >theoretical maximum of ~250 simultaneous downloads -- am i right ?
>> With a 100 MBit NIC you can have a maximum of 7 MByte/sec
>What makes you think so?
>Other people get >10MB/s.  I've benchmarked some of my machines at 9MB/s.

I do not belive it !

Maybe with UDP but not TCP it is not possibel from the protocol.
I have high performanc NIC's and some servers which are killer 
but never gotten more as 7,4 MByte/second

How do you Benchmark ? 
Two computers with 2 feet cross-over cable ?

Maybe you will have zero errors, but in real it does not work.


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