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This was a first test to verify what is need to .... improve network experience.
A slight increase from previous.
The reason I started to get a look at SmartOS is that my old server is from Centos 4 days. Currently running Centos 5.9.
It's getting old and the requirements that I have has increased and is more diversified than before.
Family is more one the move and involved in different activities that need to be synced. Android phone and mobile data is new.
My neuro/brain science work and neurorehab makes me more mobile.
New hardware => New System to support people and organizations on the move.
SmartOS seem to be flexible enough.
Downloading SmartOS is slow at best and compared to downloading a ISO of Centos using BitTorrent.
I can download a DVD ISO at a speed of 50-60 Mbit/s if I monopolize and don't throttle.
It's a good system test. Our firewall can handle about 80-95 and the back-haul links/radios handles 300Mbit/s. It's a shared connection so throttling is advised.
I run several system and with current handling regular updates is using a lot of bandwidth. It's the some data repeated all over but sourced from different mirrors i.e no proxy cache to save bandwidth and time.
Can this be improved by using peer2peer and some small changes to existing update mechanism ?
I use a agile incremental and integration driven method (wikipedia: system_anatomy project_anatomy) with own adaptions to create a flow of continues changes taking a step at a time.
First step is Download SmartOS using BitTorrent.