NFS is mounted on the server for backup disk space. When the backup job started, it could reach 80MB/s and we really do not expect it took so much bandwidth. So i need to find a way to limit the speed of writing to NFS.
Xtreme Download Manager (xdman) is an download manager app based on Java. it advanced and powerful download manager app which claims that can increase download speed up-to 500%! It also support pause and resume broken download and capture FLV videos from any sites .
I used speedtest.net to test the download and upload speed.we usually got pretty fast speed readings
12M download and 2.2Mupload. but when I watch my system updating, I noticed that download speed never
got more than 1.3M, what is going on?
I have multiple user on a server, they upload and download their file through FTP, sometimes some heavy transfer make high load on server, I am wondering is there any way to limit ftp speed to avoid high load?
I would normally use wondershaper to limit network speed on my linux box, but it appears that it's not in the repository for puppy nor did I have luck running the wondershaper executable I've downloaded.
I had to install puppy on sister PC because it's an older PC. Is there a command or an app which would allow me to limit the network speed on puppy linux?
I'm working in an office and as part of my job I have to download the occasional ISO or other huge file. Now we have a gateway that can limit my bandwidth but I'd rather not bother the guys with that and was wondering if anyone knew of an easy way to put a speed limit on my downloads, from my own computer?