Subject: Re: Enhanced buffering made faster uploads!

Re: Enhanced buffering made faster uploads!

From: Daniel Stenberg <>
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2010 01:42:13 +0200 (CEST)

On Sun, 24 Oct 2010, Daniel Stenberg wrote:

> The 1.2.7 version it averaged at:
> 1024000000 bytes in 43 seconds = 23813953 bytes/sec
> The current git version averages at:
> 1024000000 bytes in 30 seconds = 34133333 bytes/sec

I think I found a flaw in my test that made it not really acting correctly.

But it doesn't matter very much. My current git version is now averaging at
around 25 seconds for the same file (now closing in on OpenSSH for real) using
several outstanding packets and this approach should also be a lot better for
high latencies. I've experimented with packet sizes between 10K and 30K for
this but for my no-latency test I figure it's not really that telling.

I'll have to setup a way to run my tests over a network with very large
latency. I believe I know how...

Time to call it a night!

Received on 2010-10-25