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Re: SSH/SFTP Network Performance?
- From: Jordan Geoghegan <jgeoghegan60 at gmail dot com>
- To: moss at cs dot umass dot edu
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 18:54:35 -0700
- Subject: Re: SSH/SFTP Network Performance?
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Thanks for the reply.
What was your setup that allowed you to reach 500Mbit? How were you
copying the files? Were you using SFTP, SCP or rsync?
Was it a Cygwin to Cygwin transfer, or was there another OS involved?
Sorry for all the questions, I am just trying to rule out all possible
On 03/23/18 18:17, Eliot Moss wrote:
Yes - I have gotten on the order of 500 Mbps, sometimes ranging
a bit higher, on a (shared) 1 Gbps Ethernet LAN. Wireless is
not so good (in terms of reaching the max, sustained) - there
is some evidence that in that case the Windows driver on my
Surface Book is at least partly to blame. Anyway, I can't say
whether Cygwin is what prevent me from getting 1 Gbps sustained
or not, since I didn't try it.
Regards - Eliot Moss
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