Re: Netzwerk (mal wieder) zu langsam

From: Bernd Walter <ticso(at)>
Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2003 16:01:11 +0100

On Sat, Dec 06, 2003 at 03:46:14PM +0100, Robert Lillack wrote:
> Steffen Beyer wrote:
> > Interessant ist es, die man-pages verschiedener Systeme
> > zu vergleichen:
> NetBSD:
> Increasing the read and write size with the -r and -w
> options respectively will increase throughput if the
> hardware can handle the larger packet sizes. The default
> size for version 2 is 8k when using UDP, 64k when using
> TCP. The default size for v3 is platform dependent: on
> i386, the default is 32k, for other platforms it is 8k.
> Values over 32k are only supported for TCP, where 64k is
> the maximum. Any value over 32k is unlikely to get you
> more performance, unless you have a very fast network.
> Aus der Solaris/NetBSD-Kombination schliesse ich, dass ich
> Linux-ManPages in Bezug auf solche Sachen in Zukunft gar
> nicht mehr trauen werde.

Warum? - womöglich läuft es mit Linux tatsächlich nicht.

B.Walter                   BWCT      
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