Subject: Re: How many Vaxes?
To: Matthias Buelow <>
From: NetBSD Mailing list <>
List: port-vax
Date: 02/24/2000 07:34:25
> NetBSD Mailing list wrote:
> >Really.  I'm lucky to get much over 300kbs on any kind of network performance
> >test at all to my VS3100/30's running VMS or any flavor of Unix.  Is this
> >VAXstation you're referring to something other than such a model as was
> >inquired about?
> Here's just an example with ftp:
> 4132846 bytes received in 14.28 seconds (282.71 KB/s)
> 282KB/s is surely more than 300Kbit/s, or did you mean KByte?
> I was talking about saturating a 2Mbit line, not MByte.
> (yes, it's a VS3100/m30.)
> mkb

Gah.  OK, I'll blame my confusion on the original confusion of bit/byte
then. 0:-)  (Is that allowed? :)

Indeed I meant KByte/s.  I must admit it sounds much more exciting
when referred to in bits though. :)

With humbled understanding,
Scott G. Akmentins-Taylor     InterNet:
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