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Throughput... gotta be a Tomato record.... :) :)

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by skyanvi1, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. skyanvi1

    skyanvi1 Addicted to LI Member

    So I was testing out swaping my wan back and fourth and managed to obtain the the following rather impressive throughput results:

    RX 0.00 kbit/s (0.00 KB/s)
    Avg 55449.40 kbit/s (6768.73 KB/s)
    Peak 16634800.68 kbit/s (2030615.32 KB/s)
    Total 3,966.05 MB

    TX 0.00 kbit/s (0.00 KB/s)
    Avg 57213.42 kbit/s (6984.06 KB/s)
    Peak 17164015.26 kbit/s (2095216.71 KB/s)
    Total 4,092.22 MB

    *Yea, I know its a glitch... :)
  2. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    Must be due to to the 32 bit 4gig limit on byte counters in the kernel.

    I remember an argument in the kernel dev forums, for some stupid reason they refused to increase the length of the byte counters, and said it was up to userspace apps to check and handle rollover. How long does it take to transfer 4GB on Gigabit lan? How often does the Tomato rstats monitoring run?
  3. skyanvi1

    skyanvi1 Addicted to LI Member

    This really was a glitch as my graph had a single spike in it and I was no where close to transferring 2Gb a second across a 100Tx connection.

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