Re: hardware/optimizations for a download-webserver
On Tue, 20 Jul 2004 10:39, Michelle Konzack <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >Other people get >10MB/s. I've benchmarked some of my machines at 9MB/s.
> I do not belive it !
See the above message from David S. Miller <email@example.com> posted
in 1997. At the time Dave used that as his standard .sig because it was
really ground-breaking performance from Linux of >11MB/s TCP!
When I did tests I never got 11MB/s on my machines, that is because my
hardware was probably not as good, and because I used real-world applications
such as FTP rather than TCP benchmarks.
100/8 == 12.5. The wire is capable of 12.5MB/s, having a protocol do 11.26
isn't so strange.
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