Right now, I am facing new challenges. Couples of Linux boxes are not providing full bandwidth for FTP and WWW session. Well my new task is to get the most out of the Linux system. These days our network infrastructure has grown in terms of bandwidth and stability, however common application software such as FTP/WWW/SSH still cannot takes full advantage of our new and improved infrastructure (100Mbps). Right now, I am researching more on these topics. In next couple of days, I will document out my findings and TCP/IP stack tuning along with sample data.
Mean while if you are aware of any good technique(s) to address these problems then just comment it back.
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