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Speed issues: multithread and/or multipart transfers? #5078

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cyberduck opened this issue Aug 1, 2010 · 2 comments
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Speed issues: multithread and/or multipart transfers? #5078

cyberduck opened this issue Aug 1, 2010 · 2 comments
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cyberduck commented Aug 1, 2010

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Particularly, download speed issues. I'm using a high-speed cable and getting maximum 70Kbit/sec download speeds, at least from one server I know can do better. This problem has been reported here since 2008.

The server admin suggests using multithread or multipart transfers, available on the Windows FTP clients he offers, but I don't see a feature permitting these modes in the CD graphical interface.

I don't remember this problem the last time I used Cyberduck (back in 2007). Is is something new?

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cyberduck commented Aug 1, 2010

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I just tried the same file, same server via Fugu (from 2005) and am clocking 400 Kbps download speeds. This is from France, so there's quite a lot of speed flutter between 125-500 Kbps. Not great, but better than 73 Kbps. Thanks for making Cyberduck competitive again!

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cyberduck commented Aug 2, 2010

@dkocher commented

Duplicate for feature request #1135.

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