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Currently, from the server (Windows 2003 EE) to the client we are observing the following transfers:
Writes @ approximately 5 M Bytes per second
Reads @ approximately 40 M Bytes per second
From the client (Windows 2000) to the server we are observing the following transfers:
Writes @ approximately 0.5 M Bytes per second
Reads @ approximately 47 M Bytes per second
Initially I was running Linux (on the same network with the same Ethernet cards) and achieving much more acceptable write/read transfers; however we prefer the above MS OS configuration for this application if possible. The read cycles of both nodes (with the above MS OSs) was originally significantly less than that which it is now before I made adjustments to the TCP and other related registries - as per MS documentation. To me it doesn't appear as if the performance quoted by MS is achievable via the registry modifications, as I have tried almost every safe configuration there is and it seems as if the above OS's can't window-scale effectively.
That said, it should be possible to improve the performance of the system we have beyond that which we are currently experiencing.
Can anyone please advise me as to exactly what is required from both OS's to ensure that we get the maximum data transfer in both directions for reads and writes?
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