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Re: rsync over ssh performance problem in cygwin
- From: Jim Kleckner <jek-cygwin at kleckner dot net>
- To: Dmitry Melekhov <dm at belkam dot com>
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 07 May 2003 14:42:42 -0700
- Subject: Re: rsync over ssh performance problem in cygwin
- References: <3EB7AA97.firstname.lastname@example.org>
This sounds a lot like this topic described here:
My recollection is that rsync 2.5.6 didn't get the
cygwin patches for buffering applied, sigh.
for the code base and here:
for the buffering patches.
Since this file:
still appears unpatched, this suggests that the
performance patches for cygwin still have not been
applied to the code base.
If you want to try out the version that I use with
the buffering patches, you can get it here:
I'll leave it there for a month or so.
Good luck - Jim
Dmitry Melekhov wrote:
We have strange problem with rsync performance.
We do files syncronization from w2k (cygwin, rsync 2.5.6) over ssh to
Linux (rsync 2.5.5).
We have several 10Mb files.
First time, when directory on Linux is empty, all looks OK-
syncronization takes about 10 minites.
But when we try to do this second time, i.e. with files on Linux and
windows, synconization takes more than 10
minites for _file_ !
And, ssh process on windows eats about 90% of cpu
btw, certanly, linux-linux works ok in the same situation.
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