--bwlimit how to
Wed, 04 Sep 2002 09:50:20 -0700
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>>>>> "BE" == Ben Escoto <bescoto@Stanford.EDU>
>>>>> wrote the following on Tue, 03 Sep 2002 22:06:38 -0700
T> I'm wracking my brain trying to determine what the difference
T> between that and the last option would be, if any.
BE> If ssh compression is enabled, this could result in rdiff-backup
BE> being limited by a much lower real network rate than intended...
BE> If you are making comparisons, remember that by default
BE> rdiff-backup enables ssh compression (this is overridden by the
BE> --remote-schema option).
Sorry, I just realized this is totally wrong. With compression
enabled, it looks like there is no way (using cstream) to correctly
bandwidth limit, since the actual compressed traffic only occurs
between the ssh client and sever, and not over any pipe (duh).
Perhaps some kind of proxy/port redirector could do it though.
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