uwe.geercken at datamelt.com
Tue Feb 19 13:53:55 GMT 2008
I have set LDM_DIRECTX=True but I don't even know if it works.
the clients respond very quick on e.g. opening folders or applications.
but I noted that the network goes up to 100% when playing the flash
tutorial. also with gnash. if I run it on the server the same tutorial
runs well, so I guess it is not a codec issue.
could it be that the CAT5 cable is an issue? I do have a CAT7 one which
I believe is meant to be used for GBit networks, right?
it there a way of measuring the throughput of the network, so I can
determine what is going on?
Am Mittwoch, den 13.02.2008, 14:21 +0000 schrieb Gavin McCullagh:
> On Tue, 12 Feb 2008, Uwe Geercken wrote:
> > today - first class after the holidays - I tested the flash video
> > tutorial again. I bootet one client to the ltsp server and started the
> > webtutorial which has a flash plugin.
> > although I was the only one on the quad core server with gigabit
> > switch and card, it runs unacceptably slow. so I guess something with
> > the setup and/or codecs is wrong. can somebody point me to where I
> > should start to look first.
> Is the server slowing down or just the flash itself? Do the server and
> other thin clients run okay while the flash is playing?
> Have you tried LDM_DIRECTX=true ?
> Does it work with gnash?
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