> IMHO, since network is typically slower than in-memory data copy,
> data compression and burst-transport would be more effective
> even if they consume local CPU resources to convert the data format.
Not sure. Once I tested the performance of rsync using two computers
connected with a GbE. With --compress option, rsync was slower than
without the option. Of course this may vary in different CPU
speed/network speed combo though.
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan
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