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- SSH bug - anybody aware of this?
- Anthony Co
January 14, 2004, 6:57 am
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slow even at lean hours. The receipient noticed this too, and did
some checking. According to him, there's a bug in SSH that causes
some bits to be overwritten and verified up to 9 times each per bit.
On unencrypted FTP transfers, the transfer rate is high.
Can anybody confirm this? anbody who has experience with this?
Thanks a lot.
Re: SSH bug - anybody aware of this?
I'll believe it when I see it.
What observations led to that conclusion ?
What version of SSH (at each end) ?
Where in the code has he seen this alleged bug ?
Does time taken depend much on file size or is it largely connection set-up ?
How repeatable is the observation ?
Does it depend on file content - for files the same size ?
Is either endpoint CPU-bound ?
How do netstat byte counts relate to transfer size ?
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