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Re: [Duplicity-talk] relative perf measurements?

From: Kenneth Loafman
Subject: Re: [Duplicity-talk] relative perf measurements?
Date: Wed, 13 Jan 2010 19:01:04 -0600
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No one has done this to my knowledge.  The problem that I can see is
that there would be too many variables.  I have access to most of the
protocols, but they are all to different systems.  To make it a fair
test, someone would have to have access to a system with all of the
protocols in one place.  I don't think that system exists.


AJ Weber wrote:
> I searched around a little, but didn't find anything relevant...
> Has anyone done any relative performance measurements between the
> different backend connection options?
> I'm most interested in whether using an rsync server actually helps in
> any way (since we're already doing the rsync diff locally, I think)?
> Obviously this is all relative, but for "same target server, same
> network", are there any measurements for the same backup set sent over
> ftp, rsync, and scp?  Curious why I haven't seen something about this
> already.  I know all the YMMV cavaets, but has anyone taken the time to
> do this kind of experiment?
> Thanks in advance,
> AJ
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