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Date:      Fri, 22 Jul 2011 19:50:59 +0200
From:      Eduardo Morras <nec556@retena.com>
To:        "Michael W. Lucas" <mwlucas@blackhelicopters.org>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: em0 NIC slow on 8.2-p1 amd64?
Message-ID:  <4D301C9702253683@> (added by postmaster@resmaa12.ono.com)
In-Reply-To: <20110721151210.GA47663@bewilderbeast.blackhelicopters.org>
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At 17:12 21/07/2011, Michael W. Lucas wrote:
>On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 05:01:57PM +0200, Eduardo Morras wrote:
> >
> > Have you tried other protocols? Http, rsync... It maybe a problem at
> > client side, some ftp clients can set a maximun ftp transfer, like
> > filezilla, winscp,
>
>FTP and NFSv3 both have similar results.
>
>==ml

Perhaps you have reached the maximum disk speed. Sorry not more 
ideas, but it doesn't look like a nic problem. Put the file in cache 
before sending it. If it's faster the problem is a bottleneck on hard 
disk or sata/ata/usb bus.

HTH 





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