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#397 fixed Re: [IAB] Glen from AMS in Prague llynch@… lars.eggert@…
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Hi, Glen,

is there any reason why downloads from ftp.ietf.org are so slow? I get 20Kb/sec max.

(CC'ing the NOC in case it's a network issue.)

Lars

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#398 fixed Re: [IAB] Glen from AMS in Prague llynch@… glen@…
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I don't see that we're heavily loaded at the server end right now.

OTOH, I do see Google and Yahoo are both spidering our FTP sites right
now (I didn't know they did that, but "googlebot" is logged in to FTP
rightnow...)

If the NOC has nothing, I can reset processes and restart the server if
needed...

FWIW I've noticed that "the internet" is rather fast-and-slow here - I
do not think that it's the NOC's problem so much as just transport
through this area, but I have no real way of knowing anything.  Things
just don't seem as smooth here...

Glen

On 3/29/2011 12:37 AM, Lars Eggert wrote:
> Hi, Glen,
> 
> is there any reason why downloads from ftp.ietf.org are so slow? I get 20Kb/sec max.
> 
> (CC'ing the NOC in case it's a network issue.)
> 
> Lars

#399 fixed Re: [IAB] Glen from AMS in Prague llynch@… glen@…
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Lars -

As an aside, are you aware that everything you are FTPing is also
available via HTTP, and RSYNC?  Perhaps you would have more joy using a
different method?

Glen

On 3/29/2011 12:37 AM, Lars Eggert wrote:
> Hi, Glen,
> 
> is there any reason why downloads from ftp.ietf.org are so slow? I get 20Kb/sec max.
> 
> (CC'ing the NOC in case it's a network issue.)
> 
> Lars

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