Solved Network speed is depend of what

March 17, 2013 at 17:36:40
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My company has 2 sites. Between them we have 100 MGB link. We do replication every day our data. Recently we had a issue on replication then we stopped about 20 replication. And now issue is fixed, we are started replication. Average replication is 75%, we need to reach it 100% ASAP. But me and my co-worker have little bit different mind about replications are running in same time.
I thought there is no difference for total time between one by one and all running in same.
But co-worker saying one by one is much quicker. We are not network engineers by the way. Please advice me, Is it really difference.

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March 17, 2013 at 18:23:31
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One by one wll be slightly quicker The reason for that is that the data has to be handled somewhere at the other end and if the receiving computer is having to maintain multiple buffers and destination information simultaneously, it will slow down thugs a bit.

The larger the data being transferred, the more noticeable the difference will be.


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March 18, 2013 at 08:05:35
What is a MGB link? Never heard of such an animal.

How many DC's are you having to replicate at each site?

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