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accepted How to mitigate BufferBloat on an ADSL connection?
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comment How to mitigate BufferBloat on an ADSL connection?
thank you! I've already enabled QoS on the router (plus set bandwidth to be slightly less than rates shown in the modem console).. but not much help
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revised How to mitigate BufferBloat on an ADSL connection?
grammar fix in title
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revised How to mitigate BufferBloat on an ADSL connection?
edited title
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comment How to mitigate BufferBloat on an ADSL connection?
I've applied test found here: chizang.net/alex/blog/2012/07/24/bufferbloat-for-the-impatient ... Testing was done using multiple machines including clean installs on raspberry pi - every time buffer fills, latency skyrockets
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asked How to mitigate BufferBloat on an ADSL connection?
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asked How to export MPD-based library to an SD card (inc. FLAC transcode)
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accepted Dropbox on NFS-mounted folder
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comment Dropbox on NFS-mounted folder
By "simply use Dropbox" means I've installed it from the binary provided by Dropbox, which did all the setting up (and patched the file manager amont other things). I will have a look at the runlevels of nfs-mount and Dropbox and make sure that Dropbox is in a higher one. Also, what if DB is on a higher run level but the nfs-mount takes some time to mount the directory? Would I need to introduce arbitrary delay time into DB launch script?
Jul
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comment Dropbox on NFS-mounted folder
That would be great - I've simply used Dropbox, I've not looked yet at which level it gets lauched. Power of the default I suppose. What would be the easiest way to find out? I am having similar "trouble" with crashplan, however, that one re-scans by itself in 10 minutes and finds the data there.
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accepted Linux on-the-fly block data verification
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asked Dropbox on NFS-mounted folder
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comment Linux on-the-fly block data verification
Yes, but that happens only when data is accessed - what if it just sits there for a year corrupted without anybody noticing? That's why I am suggesting at least a read, to alert the underlying firmware of any potential errors
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asked Linux on-the-fly block data verification
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comment Subnet mask separation between 192.168.2.x, 192.168.3.x and 192.168.1.x
Thanks for all the advice! However, are you sure that it still consumes bandwidth? I always thought that after a bit of use any of the consumer-level switches builds ARP table and only routes packets relevant to a port, not everything-everywhere (talking about wired, not wifi). Therefore having two subnets on the same switch still allows for a full bandwidth within the "subnets" (same as multiple machines in the subnet communicating to one another, I do not believe that all of them share the same 1GbE bandwidth..)
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accepted Mac - per-kext memory extension, aka which kext is leaky?