RE: miivi speed

From: Dylan C Douglas <dylan_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 10:24:20 -0700

Yeah, I remember Randy sitting there and waiting for it to start. I think if it would go from connecting to downloading faster, most people would get a better sense of a "fast" network.

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Dylan Douglas
MediaDefender

-----Original Message-----
From: "Jay Mairs" <jay_at_mediadefender.com>
To: "stefan_at_thezonie.org" <stefan_at_thezonie.org>; "Ivan Kwok" <ivan_at_mediadefender.com>
Cc: "Ty Heath" <heath_at_mediadefender.com>; "Sergio Alvarez" <sergio_at_mediadefender.com>; "Dylan Douglas" <dylan_at_mediadefender.com>; "Ben Ebert" <ben_at_mediadefender.com>; "Randy Saaf" <randy_at_mediadefender.com>
Sent: 5/18/07 9:52 AM
Subject: Re: miivi speed

Actually, I think the warm-up time may have a bigger effect on the user's perception of speed. Obviously, we would want both to be performing well.

----- Original Message -----
From: Stefan Kaczmarek <stefan_at_thezonie.org>
To: Ivan Kwok
Cc: Ty Heath; Jay Mairs; Sergio Alvarez; Dylan Douglas; Ben Ebert; Randy Saaf
Sent: Fri May 18 09:38:40 2007
Subject: Re: miivi speed

No, there is a limit of 30 connections per transfer, and 1 connecting socket per transfer. I also force a time-out if a connecting socket has not connected within 5 seconds.

On May 18, 2007, at 1:51 AM, Ivan Kwok wrote:

                I think both, but the issue of transfer speed is more important. XP SP2 limits the number of half-open TCP connections, not total number of connected TCP connections. As I remember, you made the app to allow total 3 TCP connections only per file, right?

         

        -Ivan

         

        From: Stefan Kaczmarek [mailto:stefan_at_thezonie.org]
        Sent: Friday, May 18, 2007 12:02 AM
        To: Ty Heath
        Cc: Jay Mairs; Ivan Kwok; Sergio Alvarez; Dylan Douglas; Ben Ebert; Randy Saaf
        Subject: Re: miivi speed

         

        Is this an issue of transfer speed or warm-up time?

         

        On May 17, 2007, at 6:00 PM, Ty Heath wrote:

        
        
        

        Well, considering that the command line version of the app downloads perfectly fine, I think we need to examine the Windows XP SP2 limitations and how Stefan is dealing with those.

         

        Some things to speed up the client side:

         

        1. Do a quick UDP strobe with DHT_HELLO_REQ messages to all sources. This will bypass the windows limitations as far as seeing who is online with an open firewall. The client DHT port is the same as the file transfer TCP/IP port.

         

        2. Do custom timeouts for the TCP/IP connections of 3-5 seconds. Ignore the system default timeouts, as these can be stupidly high sometimes.

         

        3. Keep the number of incomplete TCP/IP connections to about 5-6, the maximum total # of connections per download should be upwards of at least 50.

         

        4. Dylan needs to be checking both today's table for sources, and then yesterday's table if today's table isn't returning enough sources.

         

        The database is like the live state of the Ares network, so it makes no sense to do another search. Though we may be able to organize the source data differently some how.

         

        Ty

         

         

        On May 17, 2007, at 11:32 AM, Jay Mairs wrote:

        
        
        

        Ty, do you have any thoughts on this?

         

        From: Ivan Kwok
        Sent: Monday, May 14, 2007 6:31 PM
        To: Jay Mairs; 'Stefan Kaczmarek'; Ty Heath; Sergio Alvarez; Dylan Douglas; Ben Ebert
        Cc: Randy Saaf
        Subject: RE: miivi speed

         

        Have a real time sources update on demand. When someone request sources of a file, Ty’s program will do a Ares DHT sources search in real time and insert the updated results to our DB.

         

        -Ivan

         

        From: Jay Mairs
        Sent: Monday, May 14, 2007 6:22 PM
        To: Stefan Kaczmarek; Ivan Kwok; Ty Heath; Sergio Alvarez; Dylan Douglas; Ben Ebert
        Cc: Randy Saaf
        Subject: FW: miivi speed

         

         

        Randy is concerned about the user’s perception of the speed of the network and wanted us to discuss it. Below are a few ideas of how to increase network speeds.

         

        Health rating refers to a measure or guess about the download speed, probably based on # of sources, existence of thumbnail, etc.

        Sources could be updated faster or there could be an alternative source of sources.

        Increasing default upload speed.

         

         

        OK, go

         

         

        From: Randy Saaf
        Sent: Monday, May 14, 2007 6:06 PM
        To: Jay Mairs
        Subject: miivi speed

         

        Ideas to increase speed

         

        Health rating

        Getting our sources updated faster

        Increasing the default upload speeds

         

        Anything else?

         

        
        
        

         

         

        
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