Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Christian Balzer schrieb: > On Wed, 9 Apr 2008 10:49:57 +0200 Ralf Gross wrote: > > In a test with 2 x GbE crossover connections, I was able to achive > > ~170 MB/s with the netpipe benchmark. I didn't test this with drbd, > > but other daemons (smbd, vsftp) didn't show a huge impovement from his > > raw speed gain. The limit was always ~80 MB/s. > > > That netpipe result matches mine here, I think I used a proftpd server > for raw transfer tests (with ssh/scp the CPU was always the limiting > factor) and it was definitely over the speed of a single link. But then > again these machines have 24GB RAM, so could transfer the 8GB test file > without ever hitting the disks. So maybe your 80MB/s are more related to > your storage system bandwidth? No, dsik write speed was ~170 MB/s. With dd over netcat I was able to get the netpipe throughput. Samba doesn't scale very well I think... Ralf