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Upload speed


BELLonline
18-03-2008, 22:28
----- From Interserver (New Jersey, USA) -----

Length: 104857600 (100M) [application/x-tar]
Saving to: `100mb.test'
100%[=======================================>] 104,857,600 1.15M/s in 63s
21:24:32 (1.58 MB/s) - `100mb.test' saved [104857600/104857600]


----- From FDC Servers (Chicago, USA) -----

HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 104,857,600 (100M) [application/x-tar]
8% [==> ] 8,516,568 221.61K/s ETA 06:45

Didn't want to wait so cancelled transfer but still a reasonable speed, hovered between 170-250KB/s

----- From RapidSwitch (UK) -----

Length: 104857600 (100M) [application/x-tar]
Saving to: `100mb.test'
100%[=======================================>] 104,857,600 10.0M/s in 11s
21:27:01 (8.96 MB/s) - `100mb.test' saved [104857600/104857600]

JulieH
03-03-2008, 10:05
Getting 11.2MB/s max.

jayeola
03-03-2008, 00:59
Hey chaps. Don't want to speak to soon but all seems to be resolved.
http://ks355011.kimsufi.com/movies/tech/apt-session.ogg
Um, there may be some stats that I'd rather not put into the public domain but in the whole it's a decent network.

/* thanks OVH team */

wyvern
26-02-2008, 20:28
Hi,

I am torrenting several linux distributions to try max out the connection, but there seems to be a slight problem.

Whenever I connect to the server (Its a windows server so remote desktop) the torrents somehow quit . The upload instantly dies and i have to stop and start them up again.

Any ideas as to why this is happening? The torrent client is utorrent 1.7.7 if thats any help.

Thanks

oles@ovh.net
25-02-2008, 23:14
Mark a écrit:
>
> jayeola;230 Wrote:
>> What upload speeds are you guys getting for the kimsufi (trial account)?

> 340kbs ATM


can you send use the traceroute to your dedicated server ?


kayomani
25-02-2008, 21:06
I use this for windows: http://www.speedguide.net/files/TCPOptimizer.exe

I did try windows 2003 for a bit the other day but even after tweaking I found it notably slower than the linux distro's I've been testing.

I have been experiencing some packet loss probably in the region of 0.5->3% and depending on your tcp settings if your suffering the same that could explain slow speeds, this is because the tcp stack will presume the packet loss is due to congestion and hit the transfer speeds with a nerf bat.

Addicted
25-02-2008, 19:31
Quote Originally Posted by kayomani
what about windows? :P

Mark
25-02-2008, 18:12
Quote Originally Posted by jayeola
What upload speeds are you guys getting for the kimsufi (trial account)?
340kbs ATM

kayomani
24-02-2008, 20:07
Linkage

Addicted
24-02-2008, 20:01
Quote Originally Posted by kayomani
Managed 10.1 down and 6 up yesterday.. today is a different story down to around half that.

jayeola have you made the relevant tcp tweaks as that'll make quite a difference?
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kayomani
24-02-2008, 19:42
Managed 10.1 down and 6 up yesterday.. today is a different story down to around half that.

jayeola have you made the relevant tcp tweaks as that'll make quite a difference?

jayeola
24-02-2008, 19:12
That's OK, but what about uploading from your home or "base" to your server?

Addicted
24-02-2008, 15:44
7.8MB/s was the fastest i got

jwilliams88
24-02-2008, 15:18
testing various linux torrent distributions hosted over western europe i can get upto 9 MB/s up and down speeds

jayeola
24-02-2008, 13:54
What upload speeds are you guys getting for the kimsufi (trial account)? On average I can't seem to push anywhere past 20Kbs. Fastest I've had since Friday is 140Kb/s.