The above video goes away if you are a member and logged in, so log in now!
ftping iso's using HDL DUMB - Survey!
ftping iso's using HDL DUMB - Survey! –
I transferred my first iso using this method and found it painfully slow. 0.2MB\Sec to be exact!
I read another post with someone who had it working at 0.6MB\Sec. Not alot either, but already 3 times my speed!!!
Can everyone who uses this setup post their speed here and what their setup is.
Mine is 10\100 card on PC, standard Network Adapter bothh working at 100Mbps. Old Seagate 8.4GB HDD. I am thinking the HDD might be the bottleneck ??
Cheers in advance,
I use the same software to transfer my images and i get an average of 0.8 with highs of 2.7 I haven't done anthing special that i know of, but its strange why it goes from a good 2.7 to a measly 0.8
Modded v7 DMS3 2.4B7
Was that during the same transfer ? Or sometimes it goes at 2.7 for the whole iso and then the next time 0.8 ?
Mine seemed to stay @ 0.2MB\sec all the way through. Well everytime I checked it anyway - didnt fancy watching it for 6 hours odd!! :-)
I have the same speed as you - 0.2Mb/sec. I experienced lower performance when I upgraded to the latest hdl_dump.
Version 0.6 gave me a steady 0.4 or 0.6 (dont remember right now). Anyway, it was much faster than the latest 0.7.3.
And, yes! I am using the hdl_srv.elf from the package the came with the bins I'm using...
I have no "special" config while using hdl_dump. Just standard parameters.
I got a P4 2.4, with 100mbit connected to a switch. And I got an IBM 80GB hd in the PS2.
Improving the network speed in HDLDump would be VERY VERY nice imo
Hey, thanks for the reply!
I will try 0.6 next time I copy an image - hopefully it will at least half the transfer time.
I use 0.7.3 and usually average about 0.6MB/s with highs around 2MB or so. I think the speed changes during a transmission are probably due to data compression being applied to the stream (try transferring an image with a lot of dummy space and you'll see the transfer go REALLY fast at first, then slow down when it gets to the real data).
As far as why 0.7.3 would be slower on your PS2, I can't say for sure. It may be due to differences in the NA or the PS2 itself. PS2 version seems to make a difference using ExecFTPS (stability, in that case - not speed), so it stands to reason that it might make a difference for hdl_svr also.
i use ps2link, xlink and hdl_serv 0.7.3 and get .6 - 2mb/s
I get .7 and .8, saw it once at 2.7 but it didn't stay that way through the whole transfer.