I am testing this now. But I believe this is one of those cases of  
projects with huge amounts of small files killing download times and  
overall performance. I know Bryan and Augie are working on new code  
that works better with these types of project on both upload and  

We've noticed that any project with huge amounts of files (in this  
case 160,000+) takes a really long time to upload and download. The  
code for the downloading fix is pretty much done and being tested  
recently, but is not pushed yet. Bryan and Augie would have more  
technical information for you.

On Sep 24, 2008, at 2:41 PM, Jayson Falkner wrote:

> I grabbed some older data off of Tranche today and it more or less
> didn't work. After three tries and letting my processor stay spiked  
> for
> 30 mins I ended up getting the file I needed. I'm thinking most users
> wouldn't get this far. Here is the hash for troubleshooting:
> http://www.proteomecommons.org/data-downloader.jsp?fileName=sd18xu%2BISavMZPifDqsPZV%2Bxh%2BycVBxGPALZRreUjz0mdHxOHetTzrjKM6dyOvFKjgmTE13y/moC9OcTibS4PHrl264AAAAAAcgheg==
> "Coupled Global and Targeted Proteomics of Human Embryonic Stem Cells
> during Induced Differentiation"
> http://www.proteomecommons.org/data/show.jsp?id=8145
> I was trying to grab the Scaffold files from it, i.e. .*.sfd
> Jayson
> >

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