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SubjectRe: NFS/UDP/IP performance - 2.4.19 v/s 2.4.20, 2.4.20-pre3
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Hello...

I had posted question yesterday. That post can be seen at
http://www.lkml.org/archive/2003/1/25/4/index.html

After doing some more testing with standalone UDP program,
the transfer rates are normal and as expected on 2.4.20.
The same performance can be seen on 2.4.19.


There is a similar posting at:
http://www.uwsg.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0210.0/1116.html

--- Re: linux-2.4.20-pre8-ac3: NFS performance regression
--- From: Alan Cox (alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk)
--- Date: Thu Oct 03 2002 - 17:13:04 EST
--- In reply to: Andreas Pfaller: "linux-2.4.20-pre8-ac3:
--- NFS performance regression"
--- On Thu, 2002-10-03 at 19:32, Andreas Pfaller wrote:
--- > However I noticed a significant NFS performance drop with
--- > 2.4.20-pre8-ac3. Other network throughput is not affected.
---
--- I see this with all recent 2.4.20pre and 2.4.20pre-ac
--- kernels. I've not had time to retest with Trond's fixes to
--- recheck it all

So, the problem may be with NFS. NFS is not an issue for me
and I can do with this problem. Hope this helps whoever is
testing or working on related areas.


Best regards,
-Arun.
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