> We have found mbuffer to be the fastest solution. Our rates for large
> transfers on 10GbE are:
> 280MB/s mbuffer
> 220MB/s rsh
> 180MB/s HPN-ssh unencrypted
> 60MB/s standard ssh
> The tradeoff mbuffer is a little more complicated to script; rsh is,
> well, you know; and hpn-ssh requires rebuilding ssh and (probably)
> maintaining a second copy of it.
> -- Trey Palmer
In 10GbE env, even 280MB/s is not a so decent result. Maybe the alternative
be a two-step way. Putting snapshots via NFS/iSCSI and receiving them locally.
But that is not perfect.
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