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Re: Windows vs. Linux Performance

From: Ingo Adler <dev_at_synacon.ch>
Date: 2005-04-26 21:58:24 CEST

Kelly Burkhart wrote:

> daniel@email.unc.edu wrote:
>> Kelly,
>> One thing to check is the duplex settings on the ethernet switch and the
>> windows client. I've seen similar slowness when auto-negotiation is
>> turned
>> off in the ethernet switch and the client comes up with different
>> settings
>> than the switch.
> Our network admin shows the switch port to which my machine is
> attached as 100-full with zero collisions.

Are you really sure, that the driver settings for the network card's
drivers are set to full duplex.

I had the same problem a couple of weeks ago. Everything seemed to be
fine (netio and other tests). Only Subversion was really slow.
It was the duplex setting on the server side. (The network guy was
really surprised.)


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