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SubjectRe: quite big breakthrough in the BAD network performance, which mm6 did not fix
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this must be some misunderstanding, i do not want to complain, and i
dont hope people get that impression, i am trying to do feedback, so
that issues can be fixed.

the thing about testing against a local apache, i did that, and its
fast, however, i still take that with a grain of salt, because, as said
before, even though that internet speed may vary from time to time, i
can see that kernel.org has plenty bandwith, and when 2.6.5 then
downloads with 200kb/s from http://kernel.org, and 2.6.7 only 50kb/s,
this should be able to prove its some issues with 2.6.7, but thats just
my opinion
On Tue, 2004-07-06 at 18:12 -0700, Matt Heler wrote:
> Not to sound mean about this. But either you prove your claim with benchmarks
> in a controlled enviroment ( that means in a private network ), or you stop
> trolling and complaining. The linux kernel is a free piece of software, if
> you don't like one version of it, then feel free to use some earlier version.
> Otherwise please stop.
>
> Matt H.
>
>
> On Tuesday 06 July 2004 5:42 pm, Redeeman wrote:
> > On Tue, 2004-07-06 at 15:30 -0400, Horst von Brand wrote:
> > > Redeeman <lkml@metanurb.dk> said:
> > > > On Mon, 2004-07-05 at 17:54 -0700, Matt Heler wrote:
> > > > > Ok first take benchmarks ( use wget ), and secondly results from the
> > > > > internet vary day by day , hour to hour , minute by minute. Don't
> > > > > expect all sites on the internet to be the same speed, or even stay
> > > > > the same speed for that matter. For more accurate benchmark results
> > > > > setup a personal server on your own private network and benchmark
> > > > > http trasnfers using different kernels.
> > > >
> > > > i am aware of this, however, what i use to benchmark is kernel.org, as
> > > > i can see they have alot bandwith free.
> > >
> > > How do you know that?
> >
> > how i know? i dont think anyone in the matter of seconds begin to use
> > the spare ~800mbit/s of bandwith they do not use when i try, (according
> > to info from bwbar on kernel.org)
> >
> > > > if i use kernel.org http i get 50kb/s, if i use ftp, i can easily fetch
> > > > with 200kb/s
> > >
> > > Trafic shaping somewhere along the route? Much more load on HTTP than
> > > FTP? Are they the very same machines? Under the exact same load? Are the
> > > servers written with the same care? Are the clients?
> > >
> > > > also, the gnu ftp, where i took gcc3.4.1, it gave me 200kb/s
> > >
> > > Ditto.
> > >
> > > Unless you set up something where there aren't dozens of unknown
> > > variables and a hundred or so that you have got no chance at all to even
> > > guess what their values/effects are...
> >
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