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Re: young Fedora torrents spread data too slowly



Chuck Anderson <cra WPI EDU> writes:

> On Sat, Oct 11, 2008 at 06:16:27PM -0700, John Reiser wrote:
>> About 2230 UTC on Sat.Oct.11, the 67 leeches finished within a few minutes
>> of each other.  The torrents started about 0000 UTC.  So it took more than 22 hours
>> to distribute the 67 copies of 726MB of data.  That is approx. 10KB/s for each,
>> on average, which is very slow.  The expected speed is at least 10 times as fast.

> I'm pretty sure this was throttling done by torrent1.fedoraproject.org 
> itself.  I was coming in via Internet2, and I assume the reverse route 
> was also via Internet2 (which might be a bad assumption).

That would only make sense if the overall torrent1 limit is set to
10 KB/s (or maybe 20 KB/s). Is it? If it's much higher (as I suspect),
there is a problem with torrent protocol (the implementation i guess).
-- 
Krzysztof Halasa


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