Bandwidth Problems with Freebsd 5.x
danial_thom at yahoo.com
Sun Feb 19 05:09:51 PST 2006
--- ptitoliv <ptitoliv at frenchsuballiance.cjb.net>
> Mathieu CHATEAU a écrit :
> >what about netstat -e on each host ?
> >(looking for errors)
> no errors detected
> >are you on swicthes ?
> >Are the switches port on auto or forced ?
> I don't know exactly : the servers are hosted
> by a company. So I think
> they are in autoselect mode.
> >when doing an ifconfig -a, are you in 100 full
> duplex ?
> Yeah and I tried to forced in all possibles
> modes. (10/100 and half/full
> >Are you using proftpd /wuftpd ?
> Proftpd but I made some new tests with HTTP and
> SCP and it is the same
It seems unlikely that he'd get good throughput
in one direction if the link was hosed. One
dropped packets and you're shot. The easy way to
test this is to eliminate the switch..hook the
Freebsd box directly to the linux box.
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