Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Make a 100MB file on the server.
>> NFS mount this dir on the client.
>> "time cp /server/big-file /dev/null" takes 30 secs.
>> So throughput is approx 3.3MB/s.
I went with dd and a 400MB file for a write-read test. Don't
want those sneaky buggers caching anything on me.
Switched 100BaseT network, Dual PPro server with a 10GB
software RAID1 across two IDE disks (same channel, and
yes I know this is a bad idea on several levels). eepro100.
RedHat 7 but using kernel 2.4.1. The client is based
on Mandrake 7.2, running something akin to 2.4.1-ac10 with
3COM 3c920 ethernet (AKA 905TX-C).
5.2MB/sec write. 8.2MB/sec read. Averaged over three attempts.
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