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Problems ftp transfer to an ubuntu server

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I'm having problem with ftp upload to a linux machine. (Ubuntu 8.10)
Downloading from the linux gives up to 9500Kbytes/sec, while uploading gives only 2000Kbytes/sec.

e.g. of an 100mb file transfer.
I'm running Ubuntu 8.10 with vsftpd

These are the details:
upload:
226 File receive OK.
ftp: 104856000 bytes sent in 53.25Seconds 1969.13Kbytes/sec.

download:
226 File send OK.
ftp: 104856000 bytes received in 13.36Seconds 7848.50Kbytes/sec.

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Is this a local transfer?  If so, why are you using FTP?
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RSYNC
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because samba is too slow as well.


RSYNC with windows ?
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well, all the same I rather solve the problem. and by the way, I don't think that RSYNC will solve the problem.
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- Any speed limit configured to ftp server?
- Any other parallell upload/downloads?
- What hard disk and filesystem are you using ?
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ok. found the problem.my PC was configured as 100FD. once I've switched it to Autoneg everything started working like a charm. Thanks.
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