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Old 11-18-2003, 09:17 PM   #1
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Post problems with Scheduler_Update_Speed = NORMAL...

I found that setting Scheduler_Update_Speed = NORMAL significantly slow down all users, regardless to their settings (even when they are not limited).
For example: (have more than 1 example)
I hava a user with no personal bw limits, who was downloading in ~80-83kbps when Scheduler_Update_Speed = DISABLED, but when I set it to NORMAL, his download speed dropped to ~20-23kbps. I changed it back to DISABLED and his speed went up again and vice versa.
This happen on all versions I tried from 5.2.x and up. Currently using 5.3.4r
OS: Windows XP SP1 latest patches
Scripts: ioA, ioB, ioGui
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Old 11-18-2003, 09:23 PM   #2
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by the way - I restarted the ftpd after every INI change I made...not rehashed...
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Old 11-19-2003, 12:23 AM   #3
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Double check that users doesn't have speedlimits; site change * speedlimit 0 0. Once done, make sure there is no Client_ nor Global speedlimits set

Also make sure that in default.user, that first two values in LIMITS are 0.
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Old 11-23-2003, 02:03 AM   #4
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Global_Inbound_bandwidth = 0 # Inbound bandwidth in kb/sec
Global_Outbound_bandwidth = 0 # Outbound bandwidth in kb/sec

both these values were set to 99999 instead of 0...changing them to 0 and adding the following lines after (which were not there) fixed the problem for me:

Client_Inbound_bandwidth = 0 # Inbound bandwidth in kb/sec
Client_Outbound_bandwidth = 0 # Outbound bandwidth in kb/sec
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