Specify replication bandwidth limit in kbps
Units appear to be wrong for the bandwidth limit in both the UI (both main Replication Tasks screen & task edit screen) as well as the documentation. UI & documentation specify kB/s however testing seems to indicate this should be kbps.
How I tested:
Created a new dataset with a 3.1 Gb compressed file.
Created a new snapshot.
Created a new replication task with limit = 300,000.
Timed the replication to be approximately 90s (this was over gigabit ethernet).
Did the math: 300,000 kilobits / s * 90 s = 27,000,000 kilobits = 3375000 kB = 3.2 Gb - close enough for me
#2 Updated by Steven Nyhof over 1 year ago
Dru Lavigne wrote:
Steven: to clarify, did you try in the old UI, the new UI, or both?
This was in the old UI, however I just tried the beta UI and it has the same incorrect information both in the field label (KB/s) and in the help hover text (kilobytes/second). Should be, I believe, (kbps) and (kilobits/second), respectively. The Guide also has the incorrect units.
#13 Updated by Michael Reynolds about 1 year ago
- File Storage-RepTasks-Limit-kbps-2018-06-25.png added
- File Storage-RepTasks-Limit-kbps-webui-2018-06-25.png added
- File RepTaskLegacyDocs-2018-06-25.png added
Storage:Replication Tasks -> Limit (kbps) (Is a column)
Tasks:Replication Tasks -> Add Replication -> Limit (kbps) (is a field)
Legacy docs do not refer to kbps see RepTaskLegacyDocs-2018-06-25.png
WebUI docs do not mention kbps see RepTaskWebUI-Docs-2018-06-25.png
#19 Updated by Dru Lavigne about 1 year ago
- Status changed from Passed Testing to Done
- Needs Doc changed from Yes to No