Topic "Setting Speed limit from command line scheduler"

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Blissard

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How to set the max possible bandwidth via the command line?
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martin◆
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It is not possible.
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Martin Prikryl
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martin wrote:
It is not possible.


It's possible in v4.2.1. For example command

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put -speed=20 some_file


in winscp console will upload some_file at 20k speed.
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It is actually possible from 4.1.x already.
Also see documentation for the -speed switch.
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Martin Prikryl
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martin wrote:
It is actually possible from 4.1.x already.
Also see documentation for the -speed switch.


Hi,
Sorry to dig up such an old thread, but that's the top result from Google, so others might find it useful as well...

I read the documentation, but there are 2 conflictual informations:
In the "Switch" column the unit is kbps, and in the description column, KB/s.
Same on the "Synchronize" command page.
Which one is it ? kb (kilobits) or kB (kiloBytes) ?
Thanks for your answer.

Dje
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