On Monday 13 June 2005 23:22, Sean Bruno wrote:
On Mon, 2005-06-13 at 23:18 +0800, Jeff Pitman wrote:
> Kinda sucks to "help" when dl speed = 20 KB/s through torrent; but,
> a local ftp mirror = 150 KB/s. Can we use local ftp mirrors as
> distributed copies in bittorrent? I'm not all that conversant with
> the tool..
Not to be critical, but my DSL connection(1.544) is maxed out on
these torrents. I am seeing close to 190KB/s coming down and I am
uploading at close to 30KB/S to the torrent. Maybe you are not
waiting long enough for the torrent to really get going?
Been running for 33 minutes with an improvement of only 10KB/s since my
last email. Does it need to go longer? (I have 8Mb DSL, should be
around 500KB/s to max the line)
MRTG shows bandwidth spikes on 1:
I feel like the pipe is saturated doing something. Not sure what. SSH
is slower than dog going out (no QoS setup...). Ftp of unrelated file
is down to 16KB/s. Technically, it shouldn't be.
I'm noticing this on occasion:
error(s):[23:26:33] Traceback (most recent call last):
[23:42:55] Traceback (most recent call last):
I think the kashmir module is tripping up on assertion where Node !=
NULL or something. I don't dare restart it at this point... It's