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SBG Speed


LinuxGam
30-09-2013, 09:18
Quote Originally Posted by glidewave

Have you used the ovh "speedtest" via wget to make sure your internal ovh network is operating properly? http://proof.ovh.net/

J.
I'll try that, sorry for being an arse, but I thought there was enough context to make it clear whether I was talking bits or bytes. The download speed is 500Mb/sec so my thoughts are their is just not enough upload bandwidth rather than the port speed.

LinuxGam
30-09-2013, 08:26
Quote Originally Posted by glidewave
First off you need to clarify what you are referring to.... mb/s != Mb/s .... are you talking 50megabits/s or bytes? What is the source server port speed and destination port speed?

Have you used the ovh "speedtest" via wget to make sure your internal ovh network is operating properly? http://proof.ovh.net/

J.

It's actually MB/sec or Mb/sec. The capital M I missed doesn't cause any confusion. I also listed two known ports speeds that are clearly not in Megabytes. Not sure why you being such an arse.

glidewave
30-09-2013, 08:05
First off you need to clarify what you are referring to.... mb/s != Mb/s .... are you talking 50megabits/s or bytes? What is the source server port speed and destination port speed?

Have you used the ovh "speedtest" via wget to make sure your internal ovh network is operating properly? http://proof.ovh.net/

J.

LinuxGam
28-09-2013, 18:27
Would anyone be able to give me there upload/download rates in SBG. I transferred from a GRA 200mb/s server to an SBG 500mb/s server and my upload speeds from the server are about the same as my Sky Fibre Pro at home. Also my GRA 200mb/sec server is way way faster upload!

Which means my new server is not even close to 500mb/s.

Is everyone getting the same low speed or should I enquire about my port speed?