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August 29, 2007, 3:58 pm
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ssh other machines. So, "A" has heavy load. Now, all machines(include
A) have slow speed on visiting local harddisk and nfs. My question is:
will a heavy ssh client affect the speed of the ssh server? And any
idea on how to debug out the system bottleneck is appreciated?
Re: a client with heavy load will slow down the server?
This is a system load issue, not a security issue. You're probably
using swap space, instead of RAM, for critical functions. The tools to
monitor this depend on your system A's operating system, and consider
spreading out the SSH load a bit to additional servers or buying more
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