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<ignore this thread - a disk hardware problem was found> I installed proftpd 1.3.0 on a freshly installed Ubuntu feisty system. The server would not start under inetd so I ...
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    <ignore: was hw fault> proftpd slows after 1.4 gb


    <ignore this thread - a disk hardware problem was found>

    I installed proftpd 1.3.0 on a freshly installed Ubuntu feisty system. The server would not start under inetd so I configured it as standalone. From a Windows machine I did a binary get of a 7GB file. The throughput was reasonable until 1,429,200,896 bytes were transferred and then the throughput went way down. Using ethereal I could see that proftpd took 20 second pauses after a client acknowledgment and after each small transfer of 4, 8, or 16K spread across several packets. I got exactly the same behavior when I used a Solaris client on a Sun-Sparc workstation. Any ideas what is going on?
    Last edited by bronxbuoy; 09-28-2007 at 09:31 PM. Reason: not a software problem

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