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Server & Storage Systems
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on Dec 8, 2010 5:06 PM by Lycan
Solaris 10 SCP max at
Sep 4, 2010 5:08 PM
When scp'ing from Solaris 10 to Solaris 10 I can't get speeds greater than 1.4MB/s.
I am using a 900MB file to test with. and I've tried coping with blowfish, 3des and des.
Example Sol10 to Sol10:
# time sh -c "scp -c blowfish Test1.dat user@server4:"
Test1.dat 100% 977MB 1.4MB/s 11:32
If I scp from Solaris 10 to Linux I get speeds up to 11.0mb/s
Example Sol10 to Linux RH5:
# time sh -c "scp -c blowfish Test1.dat user@server3:"
Red Hat Enterprise Linux release 5 update 4
Test1.dat 100% 977MB 11.0MB/s 01:29
I have a 1GB link with about 30ms of Latency.
Here are is my TCP settings:
Does anyone have any recommendations on speeding this up.
My Solaris 10 server is:
Hardware: M4000 16GB RAM
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Re: Solaris 10 SCP max at
Dec 8, 2010 5:06 PM
in response to
have you validated that the speed/duplex matches their switchports on both sun boxes?
if one side has a duplex mis-match can cause major issues.
also, try the aes factors - they're quite speedy on their own.