[Box Backup] How many multi session can Boxbackup handle at same time, on Intel P4 2Ghz and 1Gb ram, approximate?
Thu, 10 Nov 2005 11:07:16 +1000
There is a program called trickled which will limit the B/W of a program. I
have only had a very brief play around but I think that this would be the
best option........ (But like I said I have only had a very brief play
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same time, on Intel P4 2Ghz and 1Gb ram, approximate?
Per Reedtz Thomsen wrote:
>>Micael Roxenhall wrote:
>>>Can I set limit on how many session my server can handle at same
>>>time? if so, let me say, I set limit to 10 session, and there are 20
>>>connection on server at same time, and Boxbackup answer to the 10
>>>first session, how backup deal with the another 10 session? Can
>>>Boxbackup "delay" this connection to any session gets free?
>>Probebly easiest to do this on the firewall and limit 10 connections
>>to port 2220....
>I think you meant port 2201.
yes, got it confused with some other port in my system.
>And, this will only work, of course if there is a firewall between the
>client and the server.
And must unix/linux like system, you can use some kind of filtering (
pf, ipf, ipfw, iptables ) and god knows whats out there to limit the
number of connections..... just pass everything but make filtering on
port 2201 dest.
>But the question about how much a server can handle is bound by the
>bandwidth and disk speed, not by processor speed, unless you're talking
>about a really slow machine (by today's standards).
>>>Are there any limits to how many account you can make on Boxbackup?
>>Well there are, as I remember 0x0000 so thould would make
>>65536(including 0x0000) acounts
>Actually it's a 32-bit number, so you have 4294967296 possible
Well, with the manage interface right now, i dout any one will be even
near the 65k acounts.
Ben, or anyone else, what are the biggest implementation of boxbackup?
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