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Re: High TLB shootdown I interrupts with wm gigabit NIC?
Mark Cullen wrote:
Matthias Scheler wrote:
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 06:59:19PM +0100, Mark Cullen wrote:
It could just be the limit of the disks I suppose, though I thought
they were good to about 50MB/s.
That still requires an efficient client and server.
I don't think Samba is particular fast. And FTP client and server don't
try hard to parallelize network and disk I/O.
Please try "ttcp" or "netio".
Ah. Yeah. I tried netio, server on the homeserver and client on my
Windows XP SP3 desktop machine, and was seeing 116MB/s. Must be a limit
of Samba / FTP or disks.
So long as I know it's *capable* of the full speed, I have nothing to
worry about. I was just worried there was something wrong with the card
or driver, or something.
Thank you very much for the help :)
I heard putting "use sendfile = Yes" in smb.conf gives some nice speed
boost on FreeBSD, you might want to try this on NetBSD, too
another interessting benchmark on netbsd-current would be samba with AIO
enabled (though last time I checked the pkgsrc samba pkg, there was no
compile time option for AIO, sadly)
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