The upload speed factors would be a combination of your internet
connection and other concurrent incoming connections to the public Main
server. Using Filezilla is a good choice. Successful transfer can be
confirmed and should there be an interruption the transfer can be resumed.
I cannot comment specifically on exact transfer speeds for cloud data,
but this is something you could check in with Amazon about. However, on
your own instance/storage bucket, you of course would not be sharing any
dedicated bandwidth they specify with other end-users.
On 8/6/13 6:38 PM, Gerald Bothe wrote:
I am uploading a file to the Main Galaxy and ... the speed as shown
FileZilla is 180KB/sec. I know from other work that my internet
connection has 2MB/sec and usually does not go lower than 1 MB/sec. Is
that normal, or is there a problem, and where is it, my system or
Main? What should the speed be?
Also, does anybody have experience with uploading to a Galaxy cloud
instance? What's the speed there?
;-) does Main accept mailed-in hard drives? ;-)
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