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martin

Re: High CPU-Load on Windows XP Prof. / Low transfer-rates

J.Freezer wrote:

But I think you have to work on the algorhythms a bit, the CPU-usage for decoding is a lot too heavy.

I have not implemented the algorhythms myself, I'm using Putty SSH client for SSH.
J.Freezer

Re: High CPU-Load on Windows XP Prof. / Low transfer-rates

martin

Re: High CPU-Load on Windows XP Prof. / Low transfer-rates

You may try to select some less demanding encryption algorithm. Also select SSH1 instead of SSH2, if allowed. It is less secure, but much faster.
J.Freezer

High CPU-Load on Windows XP Prof. / Low transfer-rates

Hello together!

I am using WinSCO 3.42. I have a Suse Linux 9.0 Prof. Server (Athlon XP 2200+) and a WinXP Prof. PC (P4 2,53 Ghz) connected via a 100MBit Switch.

The CPU-Load at a transfer from the Linux Server is:

Linux: ~20%
Win: ~90-100%

Speed: ~1,8MB/sec

Thats pretty low speed and a high CPU usage on the windows machine, especially for decoding (that should be faster than encoding?!). Have I configured something wrong? My PCs are capable of more MB/s, Harddisks running in DMA mode and are fast (7200rpm WD). No other programm stresses the PCs and/or HDs.

I am using SCP, not changed standard options.

Hope you can help me!

Bye!