I am sorry if this question is too simple. But after seeking for a few hours I
am completely lost and hope that someone could cut my problem.
I am testing (trying to...) FTP performance (Linux 2.4.7-10 from RedHat 7.2
distribution). It contains wu-ftpd ftp daemon. The problem is as follows: when
ftp client connects to the server and downloads files quickly one after another,
the server returns the following response:
221-Total traffic for this session was 8555 bytes in 1 seconds
How to get rid of this limitation? I was trying in:
/etc/ftpaccess (and KWuFtpd config, which in fact alters this file)
and have found nothing. Where is this limitation set?
PS. are there any other settings which could affect FTP performance in a
considerable way (more than one millisec, lets say).
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