• Subject: Re: How long to FTP a SAVF
  • From: Scott Klement <klemscot@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2001 17:00:00 -0600 (CST)

I've gpt a V3R2 system, (Model 200) and a V4R5 system (Mod 270) that I
just got on Friday.  SO I tried this.

It took me 20 minutes to create a save file on the CISC box...  that same
SAVF took only 2 minutes to transfer w/FTP to the RISC box.  It actually
transfers faster than saving to the SAME HARD DRIVE!!  

I'm also using a 10Mbit LAN -- the fastest that my CISC box supports (tho
the new box will probably run 100Mbit once the old one is gone)

Not sure what you're missing -- I'm guessing that something is wrong with
your network somewhere -- FTP in OS/400 is not the problem.

On Sat, 27 Jan 2001, Leo Lefebvre wrote:

> I thought I had a good plan:
> 1) Save to *SAVF on System 1 (V3R2), Model D60;
> 2) FTP *SAVF to System 2 (V4R5) Model 720;
> 3) Restore *SAVF to System2.
> The two systems are side by side, connected through a 10 mg hub.
> Testing the process take EXTREMELY long time.The *SAVF contains 905,985
> records (records are 528 long). 9 hours after the start of the process
> the job display shows only 50,000 I/Os.
> I can FTP between my PC and the server at a much faster rate through a
> simple modem-to-modem connection (capable of 56k).
> What am I missing?
> --
> Leo Lefebvre
> President
> Toronto Users Group for Midrange Systems
> Visit our home page at <http://www.tug.on.ca>
> Ph: (416) 606-5960   ---   Fx: (416) 495-0100
> mailto:leo@tug.on.ca

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