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30/8 which in real terms means I get roughly 6 megabytes down and roughly one up on a good day. Nice to see technology progressing just wonder how long before consumers start seeing true increases.

It's 3.75 MB/s. Not 6 MB/s, 6 MB/s is 48 Mbps.
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What the hell are they using to catch and store all of that data, at that rate?

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Edited by exnihilo - 12/12/12 at 5:48am
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post #33 of 56
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What the hell are they using to catch and store of that data, at that rate?
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this.

how the eff are reading/caching/writing that much data? mega raid arrays need moar and moar and moar and moar buffers
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this.
how the eff are reading/caching/writing that much data? mega raid arrays need moar and moar and moar and moar buffers

If it was just a burst, I'd just say a good amount of RAM, then slowly propagate down to the RAID's. If it's sustained, then you would need enough servers with Decent RAIDs and a network setup to only give each one as much data as it can handle at once.
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Looks like they were sending data from a cluster to a cluster...so it wasn't just two machines doing the reading/caching/writing. Though the likely were not keeping the servers synced very well while this was happening.

But take the amount of data and divide it across say...eight physical servers...each with eight VM's...each with eight local hard drives.

I am more impressed with the routing, switching, and NIC cards to be honest. And load balancing
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What the hell are they using to catch and store of that data, at that rate?
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Probably to help develop ISPs backbone. Higher speeds = more happy people = more money tongue.gif
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Yes, because streaming HD movies from Netflix, downloading games from Steam/Origin/whatever constantly is definitely pirating rolleyes.gif
I can't speak for everyone, but I have personally downloaded ~250 GB from Steam (messed up a couple 15 GB install a few times while modding and I didn't back it up) and I have streamed ~300 GB of HD video (mainly from YouTube) over the last 7 days.

You can track how much data wise you watch on youtube? is that within the website or just something you personally keep track of.
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I'm stuck at 12/1.5 Mbit/s with 4 heavy internet users in the house, and 40-100ms ping times depending on network traffic. Online FPS gaming sucks...

Dude how the hell can you complain about that!? 40ms is perfectly playable. 12mbit is fine too. Seriously?

Also I don't understand how this is news when there are undersea cables that do terabits per second.
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You can track how much data wise you watch on youtube? is that within the website or just something you personally keep track of.

Well pretty much all of my bandwidth is used in either Steam or Youtube. I have a tracker that tracks all the bandwidth I use. I just take off what Steam says I have downloaded and the rest is pretty much all used in YouTube. It's a thing in the software of my router.



I have tried sending a Ubuntu ISO over LAN and it didn't affect the session upload or download.
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It's 3.75 MB/s. Not 6 MB/s, 6 MB/s is 48 Mbps.
well in that case Comcast isn't treating me too badly. I pay for 30 plus "speed boost" and the highest I've seen is when downloading a game from steam when it'll peak and hold at 6 down. Unless steam Also uses megabits and not mega bytes?
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