Are you using NFS to transfer the data? If so, this link may help you.
We are facing a problem when transferring data over the wide area network, are there any configuration to max data transferring?
we are sending data between two servers using oracle replication method, this method depends on TCP/IP protocol sending data takes along time.
We have another O.S, rather than Linux which is Unix ware, and transferring data is fast with the same connection speed which is 64kbps, but when we migrate to red hat Linux O.S, sending data takes a very long time.
thanks for Help.
Last edited by SkyNet; 04-30-2006 at 03:51 AM.
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You are saying that you are transferring data over a WAN. If this is the case, to my understanding, you don't throttle the bandwidth on the server, but on whatever router/switch connects the two servers.
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