In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, John Hay write
>>    I've tested last nights make release built
>> install via both ftp and nfs and am seeing
>> some rather strange results timeing wise:
>>    A full install (ie: select ALL) w/ ports.
>>    NFS:  about 18 minutes. (ave. about 1000KB/sec)
>>    FTP:  about 70 minutes. (ave. about 45KB/sec)
>Maybe just as a datapoint. My -current snap building machine is running
>a kernel of Oct 24 and I noticed this morning that it is taking a very
>long time to scp the snap to internat.

Try disabling newreno in both ends:

        sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.newreno=0

On my laptop with Wavelan cards this increases TCP throughput by a
factor of 5.

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