John Orford wrote:
>When transferring files to and from my girlfriend's and my computers I notice
>that if I start a transfer from my girlfriend's computer I get speeds of up
>to 3mb/sec whereas if the transfer is started on my comp I generally get much
>>Both computers run Debian Sid, although my computer is a 533mhz celeron and my
>girlfriend's a 2.3ghz Athlon...
>>Normally I use the fish protocol in Konqueror to do the file transfers.
>>Anybody have any ideas about what could be going on? If there is a bottleneck
>somewhere, surely transfers instantiated from both computers should be
>>>Most likely it is the load caused by the program that is in use.
Try ftp for known file size values most command line ftp clients have
very little resource hunger and as such I imagine that is the real
issue. (but it is imagination ;))
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