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Limit download to less than your download capacity, and upload to less than your upload capacity. The number of connections is irrelevant. If you don't know your download/upload capacity, check the bill from your internet provider, or use a service like speedtest. The menus of uTorrent are self explaining, but here is a step by step guide: ...


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A T1 is a data circuit with 24 channels. Depending on the provisioning, it can provide different bandwidths and you won't get the full 1.544Mbps for your use. B8ZS/ESF "clear channel" uses 64k channels while AMI/D4 uses 56k channels (8k is used for control). Sometimes you'll use fewer channels, such as a fractional T1. 24*64k = 1.536 Mbps (slightly less ...


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The perf tool comes to mind – try perf mem record <command> followed by perf mem report.


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On a Unix or Linux computer we can run the iftop command and monitor the packets of all the other computers on our local network. Why does this not completely saturate the bandwidth of our connection? Your premise is incorrect. iftop does not “monitor the packets of all the other computers on our local network.” As described in the official ...


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You're not receiving all the packets of the other computers on the local network. You're only receiving the ones that happen to leak to your connection.


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First, let's get the terms right. Bandwidth always refers to an amount of data per unit of time that can be transmitted over a channel. So, for example, Internet connections are offered with 50 MBit/s. Your server has a traffic plan, which just gives you an amount of data per time frame, independent of the server's actual bandwidth. You have 100 MB per ...


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Ok so… I have an update and a fix, but not sure why it fixed the issue. I ordered and received a USB 10/100/1000 NIC and set it up and uninstalled my onboard NIC drivers and removed all files only to have the same issue thus ruling out the hardware. Started doing more digging and noticed a program I had overlooked in the past. AMD Quick Stream. So I ...


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(Answering own question) This is very slow, but it kinda solves my problem. wget -r --no-remove-listing --spider ftp://myftpserver/ftpdirectory/ From http://biocozy.blogspot.ch/2012/03/how-to-get-entire-recursive-directory.html --spider means that it doesn't download the file, which is good. Also, --no-remove-listing means the directory listing is kept ...


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What is svchost.exe ? Svchost.exe is a process on your computer that hosts, or contains, other individual services that Windows uses to perform various functions. For example, Windows Defender uses a service hosted by a svchost.exe process. Multiple instances of svchost.exe can run on your computer, each instance containing different services. An instance ...



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