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Saturday, December 04, 2004

Transfer rates speed testing

While the transfering code still needs some tuning, we have the results of first transfer rates tests. In order to test the various engines overall performance, I was transferring data between aMule and HydraNode on localhost, so as to figure out the maximum possible transfer rates, as well as to detect possible bottlenecks in networking/scheduler/ed2kparser/partdata engines.

The maximum transfer rate aMule -> HydraNode that I managed to achieve today was 1177 kbytes / second, which is slightly over 1mbyte/sec. The speed was still raising at that point (aMule raises upload speed gradually), and at that point I was at 122mb of the test file, but hydranode-side problems stopped me from testing any further. In the next few days, I hope to be able to test hydranode <-> hydranode transfer rates aswell to fully measure both the uploading and downloading code speeds. As a sidenote, CPU usage during the 1177kb/s data transfer was roughly 15%.

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