On Wed, 22 Jan 2003, Dax Eckenberg wrote:
> > so what exactly does KB per transaction mean? what happens if I am
> > handling 300 concurrent users with 160Kbit encoded audio streams - could I
> > in fact do this on this machine? or will I be limited by the 64KB/t
> > issue?
> 300 x 160Kbit = approx. 46Mbit/sec.
> A new-ish SCSI drive should be able to easily pump out in excess of 200 Mbit/sec.
> Your bottleneck will be your ethernet adapter long before your local storage.
> Unless your app is designed very poorly.
okay things are getting clearer over here. what exactly does KB
per transaction mean? I dont understand what this describes?
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