Multi part binary reception

BrianH at dice.com BrianH at dice.com
Sat Jun 2 21:40:31 UTC 2001


 No we have a DS3 between here and UUnet.  There is tons of traffic flowing
over the network.  How much bandwidth does a full feed take, I figure I am
getting about 10% of all articles right now, and I am using like 5Mb/s.  

I will mess with the max conns tonight.  I thought I had it set to 0.

--Brian
-----Original Message-----
From: John Leslie
To: Brian Hostetter
Cc: inn-workers at isc.org
Sent: 6/2/01 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: Multi part binary reception

BrianH at dice.com <BrianH at dice.com> wrote:
> From: John Leslie [mailto:john at jlc.net]
>> BrianH at dice.com <BrianH at dice.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> I am having an issue with only getting small portions of multi part
>>> binary posts. It should not be a bandwidth issue since I have a DS3
>>> and am using about 10% of it right now. My news server is running
>>> inn 2.3.2 on an Alpha EV6 500 which is about 80% idle so it should
>>> not be an issue of speed. The disk IO is pretty low also...
>>
>>   Who's feeding you?
> 
> UUnet, they used to be the best news provider, at least last time I
> worked for an ISP.

   Have you played with max-connections in incoming.conf? (Does the
incoming rate change as it's increased or decreased?)

   Is there any packet loss between you and the UUnet feeder?

--
John Leslie <john at jlc.net>


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