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  1. #1
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    Test Managed.com's Speed & Endurance

    I've posted two test files, leech as much bandwidth as you want for testing (I have 6 days left on this server). Let me know in this post how speeds are from the west coast, central US, east coast, Canada, UK, and anywhere else.

    http://mca.mainarea.com/uumap.tar.Z
    http://mca.mainarea.com/yarrow-i386-disc1.iso

    - Matt

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    About 400 KB/sec at home here in Kentucky with Adelphia Powerlink (Cable). That's about as fast as I can get. My server at NOCSTER/BurstNET gets about 11 KB/sec...

  3. #3
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    Florida RoadRunner cable
    355KB/Sec

    From a Tampa datacenter
    [[email protected] root]# wget http://mca.mainarea.com/yarrow-i386-disc1.iso
    --13:39:57-- http://mca.mainarea.com/yarrow-i386-disc1.iso
    => `yarrow-i386-disc1.iso'
    Resolving mca.mainarea.com... done.
    Connecting to mca.mainarea.com[205.209.133.21]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 660,340,736 [text/plain]

    4% [> ] 30,417,860 645.82K/s ETA 15:52

  4. #4
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    12.7KB/s from Comcast Cable. It was going at 200KB earlier - Does anyone have the Managed.com MRTG links handy?

    -Josh

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    this is from liquidweb network..
    2% [=> ] 226,031 28.77K/s ETA 04:41

    this is from servermatrix..
    5% [> ] 452,331 24.62K/s ETA 05:20

    :/
    ................

  6. #6
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    Actually, I posted & Managed.com decided to have a network issue at the same time.... bad planning.

    1 yipes-gw.yipes.com (209.120.238.1) 0.322 ms 0.313 ms 0.218 ms
    2 66.7.164.65 (66.7.164.65) 1.737 ms 1.130 ms 1.089 ms
    3 dllstx9lce1-7-0.wcg.net (64.200.226.117) 1.753 ms 1.549 ms 1.435 ms
    4 pos4-0.mpr1.dfw2.us.above.net (64.125.12.97) 1.210 ms 1.089 ms 1.377 ms
    5 so-3-0-0.cr1.dfw2.us.above.net (64.125.29.213) 1.688 ms 1.723 ms 1.123 ms
    6 so-4-0-0.mpr4.sjc2.us.above.net (64.125.29.53) 46.394 ms 46.646 ms 46.328 ms
    7 so-0-0-0.er10a.sjc2.us.above.net (64.125.30.94) 46.297 ms 46.661 ms 46.497 ms
    8 reserved.above.net (209.133.64.124) 49.073 ms 49.531 ms 48.991 ms
    9 * assertive.managed.com (66.154.102.5) 560.456 ms *
    10 66.79.175.2 (66.79.175.2) 568.510 ms * 583.856 ms
    11 * www.managed.com (66.79.160.10) 565.278 ms 560.397 ms

    - Matt

  7. #7
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    What a surprise... Looks like a Managed.com network issue.

    -Josh

  8. #8
    Started at 117 kb/s
    Then quickly dropped to 30 kb/s
    Then dropped again to 16 kb/s

    From B.C. Canada (West coast) on Shaw Cable

  9. #9
    Arrgh, the XO line is slow as anything, ping times are 3x slower then normal...
    Excell Hosting
    Budget Hosting

  10. #10
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    Getting 66KB/s from Comcast now.

    -Josh

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    Yeah, looks like they fixed that issue. They hung up on me twice when I tried calling support even before I started speaking, lousy service. If you're going to offer phone support, don't hang up. If you don't want to offer support, then don't offer it. Plain and simple.

    - Matt

  12. #12
    I started out at 1.26mb/s then dropped to 725kb/s

    Pretty fast for me

    I'n in New York with Cable modem

  13. #13
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    346 KB/s from cox cable in CT.

  14. #14
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    Go to http://mca.mainarea.com/bandwidth/ if you want to monitor the stats of what this server is pushing.

    - Matt

  15. #15
    ServerMatrix:

    [[email protected] root]# wget http://mca.mainarea.com/yarrow-i386-disc1.iso
    --13:17:14-- http://mca.mainarea.com/yarrow-i386-disc1.iso
    => `yarrow-i386-disc1.iso'
    Resolving mca.mainarea.com... done.
    Connecting to mca.mainarea.com[205.209.133.21]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 660,340,736 [text/plain]

    5% [====> ] 39,446,140 734.12K/s ETA 13:45
    [[email protected] root]#

    Fastservers Iowa:

    [email protected] [~]# wget http://mca.mainarea.com/yarrow-i386-disc1.iso
    --13:23:21-- http://mca.mainarea.com/yarrow-i386-disc1.iso
    => `yarrow-i386-disc1.iso'
    Resolving mca.mainarea.com... done.
    Connecting to mca.mainarea.com[205.209.133.21]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 660,340,736 [text/plain]

    6% [=====> ] 45,296,060 964.07K/s ETA 10:23
    [email protected] [~]#


    30 Mbit Qwest Pipe St. Louis, MO

    215.6

  16. #16
    220kb/s download
    superb servers

  17. #17
    Your pushing 22mb/s right now...I also have 3 dl's going :-) heh

  18. #18
    It's pushing out 37 mb/s not to shabby :-)

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    Seems to be pretty stable, actually. 55.5Mbps is the peak for today. Keep testing this server, there's plenty bandwidth available in order to run speed tests all over the world.

    - Matt

  20. #20
    UK 512K adsl

    Resolving mca.mainarea.com... 205.209.133.21
    Connecting to mca.mainarea.com[205.209.133.21]:80... connected.
    HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
    Length: 8,520,221 [application/x-compress]

    100%[====================================>] 8,520,221 57.71K/s ETA 00:00

    21:20:31 (54.95 KB/s) - `uumap.tar.Z' saved [8520221/8520221]

  21. #21
    Originally posted by mainarea
    Seems to be pretty stable, actually. 55.5Mbps is the peak for today. Keep testing this server, there's plenty bandwidth available in order to run speed tests all over the world.

    - Matt
    Matt get multiple people to all dl at the same time.

  22. #22
    1580KB/s sustained with Download Accelerator (7 connections) on my college network hookup
    Dan Grossman - dan @ awio.com
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    104 kb/s to the UK

    Same file from an EV1 server 128 kb/s
    Same file from a ServerMatrix server 134 kb/s

  24. #24
    250 kbs from south tx RR

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    If you have multiple servers, or one fast one, can you pull multiple connections of the large file at once? I want to see how fast this thing can smoke, already hit 55Mbps max.

    - Matt

  26. #26
    I am bored.

    I will download the ISO from 20 or so of our servers, this should max you out.
    Adnan
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    370KBps to Washington, via cable.

  28. #28
    ok thats 14 servers...
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  29. #29
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    95,939.7 kb/sec

    Damn, so these things can actually push their full 100Mbps.

    - Matt

  30. #30
    Yep it was cranking right along.
    Adnan
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  31. #31
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    Wow, now that's impressive.

    BTW: What's the server load at?

  32. #32
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    [email protected] [~]# uptime
    14:28:05 up 18 days, 18:34, 1 user, load average: 0.12, 0.09, 0.02

    Not using up too many Apache processes.

    - Matt

  33. #33
    what are the server specs on that?

  34. #34
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    Athlon 2000, 512MB RAM. Not an extremely high end server, but you don't need a high end server to push static files.

    - Matt

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    Managed.com will soon unplug your server and will send you a mail you're using too much bandwdith for a limited time.
    Happens to me 2 times before I cancel my box with them.
    I only use 40mbit/sec for about 4 hours or so.
    They just unplug my server and I have to mail them 3 times giving my word not to use such bandwidth again

    They have got something for that in their aup tos I guess...

  36. #36
    Originally posted by sHuKKo

    I only use 40mbit/sec for about 4 hours or so.
    this is called network abuse.

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  37. #37
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    Originally posted by mainarea
    [email protected] [~]# uptime
    14:28:05 up 18 days, 18:34, 1 user, load average: 0.12, 0.09, 0.02

    Not using up too many Apache processes.

    - Matt
    Nice, I was able to push almost 75m to you from my managed.com box and was able to get about 1.15m from my SM box.

    Sirius
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    Since people have been pulling LOTS of traffic from this (60+Mbps), I've taken the files down for now. They'll be back later, but I don't want to get this thing pulled until I stop paying.

    The http://mca.mainarea.com/uumap.tar.Z is still up, the 630MB file is down temporarily.

    - Matt

  39. #39
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    Originally posted by rusko
    this is called network abuse.

    paul
    rusko I was not abusing their network or anything. It was just a very heavy peak time for a legal download server. What good a 100Mbit port if Iam not allowed to use it when I need..

    Remember they have 1000 Gb/month download limit . My other servers at Ev1 uses all their bandwdiths for a month in 4/5 days . I never recieved a word from ev1 about that

  40. #40
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    around 75kbps on 3mb caple from the uk I uploaded the file onto my ded now server and get 362kbps

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