It could be possible that you encounter an issue with a certain multimediafile (music / video / photo) during playback on the CFULLHDMA.
To analyze your issue it is important to have exactly the same content you are using. A lot of people do not have the ability to provide the content themselves, but are able to upload.
If you have issues and want to share them with me: upload your content to my FTP server. Create a folder and put there the file including a text file with the issue (English language please)
ftp://ftp.aroundmyroom.com – Username: conceptronic – Password: cfullhdma
You can upload, resume etc.. but you cannot download .. so do not bother trying (but you will) … If this FTP ability is successful I will keep using it, otherwise I will close the FTP again.
For freaks: I use a little updated version of these PROFTPD settings to prevent downloading and some other things ..
My backup FTP script is NOT GOOD.. it exhausted my memory ?? on the webserver caushing the server to ‘crash’ / not react for 4 hours, even connecting my monitor to the server: I could type my username, but login: nope ..
So message to self: how the hell can I FTP 40GB of data via a shell script without exhausting my memory .. <sigh> …
rebooting (fingers always crossed) and after 5 minutes the server was up again
if [ -e data ]
ncftp -u $USER -p $PASSWD $HOST << EOT
mkdir `date “+%d-%m-%y”`
cd `date “+%d-%m-%y”`
rm -rf data
with some help of Matthijs en of course myself and a little ‘maggi’ I created a bin/bash shell script to backup data (backup of the server) to one of my other FTP server(s)
it checks if the data folder is available and if so than the a ftp session is started, logged on, a folder with the todays date is made and the data is put in that folder. After that the data folder including the content will be removed. Yes I know there is no validation if A = B but I’ve no idea how to accomplish that, but this works in my test environment. This script is saving me about 4 Hours of datatransfer where FTP is showing me a nice 10MB/s where Samba / NFS is showing me a not satisfied performance at all .. (I believe the total amount of data is about 40GB I have to backup everytime … ) ..
hints and tips welcome to have a A=B comparison before removal of the data folder ;-)
Anyone an idea:
files from /server/* must be ftp-ed into an new to make folder onto a ftp server from a commandline (shell script)
Anyone a hint how to do that?
After some testing today I finally have the speed I thought I should get. Stuff and Issues are solved ;-)
First image is a speed test from a FTP server which is
connected at an university computer with 100Mbps. Max speed over 2Mbps is great to see.
The second image is the speed test from Usenet. Earlier this morning: a no go. I was not satisfied, but after 1 hour I finally reached the speed I was thinking I should get.
So all problems solved ;-) My products can finally be tested