anovikov at heron.itep.ru
Tue Dec 11 03:21:37 EST 2001
tim.conway at philips.com wrote:
> Alexei: client-controlled --bwlimit= works with server mode
> (server::module). Is this good enough, or do you need the server to
> enforce --bwlimit?
> If you control both the clients and the server, you should be OK. If you
> don't control, and can't trust those who do control, the clients, you'll
> need to modify the code. I'm sure the mod would be welcome in the
> distribution, too, for those running the big anonymous servers.
That is exactly what I was thinking about - big anonymous servers.
Actually more in content distribution aspect, when multicasting with
rsync+ is not awailable, and one should create mesh of p2p hosts.
> Tim Conway
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> Alexei Novikov <anovikov at heron.itep.ru>
> Sent by: rsync-admin at lists.samba.org
> 12/10/2001 08:11 AM
> To: rsync at lists.samba.org
> cc: (bcc: Tim Conway/LMT/SC/PHILIPS)
> Subject: Rsyncd limits
> Hi all,
> I was wondering if it will require any major rewrites of the
> daemon/client to include limits on the data transfer rate ?
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