network perf : em driver ?
patpro at patpro.net
Fri Jan 12 04:53:58 PST 2007
On 12 janv. 07, at 11:45, R. B. Riddick wrote:
> --- Patrick Proniewski <patpro at patpro.net> wrote:
>> I'll give FTP a try, but I would like the network to be fast for
>> every protocols. I'm planning to share data using NFS, WebDAV, or SMB
>> (and scp occasionally), but I've still to choose and configure
>> appropriate servers.
> We had that problem before: Some HTTP server implementations just
> dont bring
> it... :-) thttpd is quite efficient, I have heard...
apache (2.2) is not supposed to be so inefficient :/ But you are
right, I might need to try a lighter server.
> You can try
> 1. src/tools/tools/netrate/netblast
> 2. increase MTU (ifconfig em0 mtu 65536 or so; never tried that
> 3. ports/benchmarks/tcpblast
> 4. build something with nc:
> server: nc -l 1234 > /dev/null
> client: dd if=/dev/zero bs=1m | nc serverIP 1234
> which will eliminate disk latency...
I'll try this ASAP.
thank you for the tips.
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