Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
/ 2004-10-05 17:59:08 +0200 \ Bernd Schubert: > On Tuesday 05 October 2004 17:13, Benoit.Ropartz at alcatel.fr wrote: > > Ok i have tested writes speed during normal operation and i got sames > > results > > with two versions ~ 600 Ko/s. > > > > But why i find difference when syncing is active (30ko=>2ko) ??? > > Just read the changelog of 0.7.5, the write speed barrier of 30MB/s has gone > with this version. Probably you are now syncing with the full speed of your > hardware (check the logs or /proc/drbd during the synchronisation to get the > sync speed) and with the previous version only at 30MB/s and so there was l > more capacity left for normal writing operation. right. thanks for answering those questions. > > > > And 2ko/s is very small.... > > Btw, what does the unit 'ko' mean? kilo operations? the french guys did not yet notice that the iso name is byte. the ones I know even keep confusing byte with bit because if a frenchman pronounces it, it sounds the same, anyways. so they keep saying octet, which is a correct term, too, of course. only not much used outside france... Lars Ellenberg -- please use the "List-Reply" function of your email client.