christianh at edmi.com.au
Mon Mar 20 09:57:55 GMT 2006
My bad. I found it in the INTERNAL section of the release notes. I was only
looking in ENHANCEMENTS. It appeared in 2.6.1 apparently.
- Most of the I/O is now buffered, which results in a pretty large
speedup when running under MS Windows. (Craig Barratt)
Any suggestions on where to look to improve the performance?
> Did this patch ever make it into the rsync main code?
I ask since I'm having some performance issues running both clients and
servers under Windows (2003 Server and XP) particularly building the file
list. > Syncing 1.2 million files over 100MB LAN is taking around 8-9 hours
with no differences. Possibly that's normal. However at the same time it's
causing a disk IO bottleneck on the server and slowing down everything else.
The server (dual Xeon 3.2, 2GB RAM, RAID5 on 3 x 300GB 10k SCSI) is a
reasonably powerful as is the client (Dual P3 1GHz, 2GB RAM + RAID0 on 2 x
300GB IDE). I'm using a client software to pull from the server as an on
More information about the rsync