[OpenAFS] Why is speed of AFS loopback adapter set to 10 Mb, even if physical interface is Gb capable?
Sun, 25 Apr 2010 16:14:44 +0200
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first of all, thanks a lot for your reply.
On Sat, 24 Apr 2010, Rich Sudlow wrote:
> In our cell we typically see write speeds of 60 - 85 MB sec on
> gigabit clients (with no client tuning).
For Windows or Linux clients, or both? Besides, have you (or anybody
else subscribed to this list) any recommendations for tuning on the
> You mentioned that your network connections are Gb capable - but are
> set to Gb??=20
Yes, the phyiscal interface is set to GB, I notice this when I do an
SCP transfer (also encrypted, even stronger than plain old DES) to a
native ext3 fs where I get exactly the speeds you mentioned. So, I
suppose it's likely to be something else, i. e. not the setting of the
>Your speeds are typical of a client with 100 Mb network
Yes, I know. But the settings are clearly GB on both sides (client and
Thanks in advance and kind regards,
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