[conspire] disk imaging programs
rick at linuxmafia.com
Wed Mar 26 19:01:35 PST 2003
Quoting Sean Wolfe-Justice (mailjones at mouseandfrog.org):
> But here's the thing. After wrestling with it, now I'm getting wildly
> varying FTP transfer rates -- over my own LAN! I mean, the transfer
> rate goes from 800 KB/sec to 36 KB/sec in a few seconds -- I even went
> so far as to connect the two machines with a crossover cable to make
> sure my LAN wasn't bogging them down.
> When it comes to 18 GB hard drive images, even 800 KB/sec takes a
> while. Any idea why an FTP transfer over a quiet LAN connection would
> be so erratic?
Not any fault of yours, personally, but you haven't given us much to
work with. Could be nameservice: Do you have matching forward and
reverse DNS? Could be just some inefficiency in whatever code g4u uses
for network transport.
> BTW, Knoppix is freaking cool. I had played with it previously, and
> tried it again today. And what's this I hear about Morphix? I gotta
> check that out too. Just like Jack Nicholson said, "Where does he get
> such wonderful toys?" 8^)
Yes. Morphix is basically Knoppix rearranged to be more easily
reconfigurable / rebuildable.
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