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I was trying to send a 50mb file from one node to another using python and calculate the transfer time and throughput. I tried this experiment using nodes from utahddc and uky, Sending files from utahddc to uky and I got the results which I mentioned in previous email. So is there any updates going on in any of resources. Because I have tried this experiment using python code on different resources and I got throughput more than 7MB/s.
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Thank you Sarah for the reply. I will try the experiment using the rspec. I will let you know what are the iperf results I am getting
The slice is expiring today. I tried renewing sliver yesterday but it failed. I am trying the experiment again with raw - pc's and will again check the iperf output.
Luisa reminded me that if you only have one TCP flow in iperf on a xen VM then the bandwidth will max out at 20 Mbps. She says she doesn't see this with raw-pcs.
Thank you Nicholas for the reply. I will go ahead and look into Window size and include it in server and client