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Re: Network problem...
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On Feb 5, 2008, at 19:29, Thor Lancelot Simon wrote:
On Mon, Feb 04, 2008 at 09:00:02AM -0500, Michael Lorenz wrote:
On Feb 4, 2008, at 08:38, Niels S. Eliasen wrote:
Well the old "default" interface "tlp0" delivered a better
throughput.. and that's just plain old 10Mb Ethernet, whereas this
one is 100Mb
I doubt it. 1.1MB/s is pretty much the physical maximum you can
squeeze through a 10MBit/s ethernet interface, your results are both
higher although you're right, a fast ethernet interface should go
Right. The tlp should perform better than the rtk; they are both
100mbit/sec interfaces but the tlp is significantly less burdensome
on the host cpu, which is almost certainly the bottleneck here.
The tlp in this machine is a 21041 which does only 10MBit/s
This test is getting and putting files from the disk drive. I am
not surprised that a very old PowerBook cannot send data it has to
read from its internal hard disk faster than 27Mbit/sec.
A better test would be to use ttcp.
Or something bigger - 10MB hardly gives consistent results.
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