Can you guys test my server?

jfall

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I want to test speeds on our server

download this 1.44mb zip file

Can you let me know what your average speed was, what your internet connection is and where you are located?

Thanks in advance
 

bunker

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In Atlanta working for the gov't. Couldn't see the speed. It finished in about a second.

EDIT: 283k at home. Bellsouth DSL
 

FoBoT

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Apr 30, 2001
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ok
looks like it maxed out at my download speed (DSL), ~40kbps, Kansas City
so you must have a phat pipe
 

kaizersose

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i got 277 off of a T1 in LA. need a bigger file to see how high i can go. the only figures i got before it finished was 28->277->complete!
 

sharkeeper

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Jan 13, 2001
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0.98 MB/S.

The file size is too small to see if your connection is faster. 10MB or more is recommended!

-DAK-
 

MaxDSP

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May 15, 2001
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1.36MB in 7 sec

199KB/sec

Im on Comcast 1.5mbit(really is 1.6-1.8) cable in Chicago
 

sadb0i

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Originally posted by: Leetman
177k, Fresno CA, some type of broadband line at work,

you are the first fresno at'er ive seen. nice meeting ya. fresnos my hometown. I'm usually there on the weekends to lan at DA.
 

psianime

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Mar 16, 2002
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Chater Communications

Riverside, CA

1544/128 service plan

Getting 150k/sec on the file.
 

Ness

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Jul 10, 2002
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233 k/sec, I use road runner cable 'net, not sure about it's speeds....

Just outside cincy, OH
 

rtb21

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Downloaded quicker than the eye could see (didn't even have time to draw the window!)
Academic network (superJANET - UK)
 

DrPizza

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it took between 3 and 4 seconds to download.. Olean (western NY), on Adelphia powerlink (cable)

It's not a 1.44mb zip file... It's actually a 1.36mb file.
For what it's worth,
A megabyte isn't a million bytes.... it's actually 1,048,576 bytes (2^20)
and a kilobyte is actually 1024 bytes (2^10)

Nonetheless, it's always a pleasure to download at the speeds my connection is capable of....
I just have to find more things to download from the places with faster download speeds (such as movies)
 

jfall

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Thanks for the tests guys. Were going to be running hosting off of this server soon and want to get the server fully tested before we launch.
 

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