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HFS Limits!

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Offline mohamedpchell

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hi,
i running small project for file sharing and i have server with 1Gb connection
so i want to know the max - limits of HFS
how many users and connections can handle it in the same time ?
and thank you  :)
« Last Edit: April 29, 2013, 07:11:16 PM by mohamedpchell »


Offline mohamedpchell

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No body knows
how much users can HFS handle in the same time !!!


Offline Mars

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HFS has no limits owned, only he can see are the CPU overhead of the machine on which it runs, and the network bandwidth determined by the ISP

its ability to work as a server are limited only by the imagination and knowledge of the person who will customize the template

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thanks for replying
so the limits of HFS are my Server limit
if my server can deal with 200 users in the same time
 HFS will do  :D


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to go forward, you can limit the overall bandwidth HFS for your internet connection and / or also use for each remote connection

menu-> Limits
 -> speed limit  (the sum of all connections)

-> speed limit for single address  (same limit for each connection individually)

each account can exceed the limits by checking an option in user settings (F7 key)



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menu-> Limits
 -> speed limit  (the sum of all connections)

-> speed limit for single address  (same limit for each connection individually)

each account can exceed the limits by checking an option in user settings (F7 key)
Thanx Mars i appreciate your concern, but i know about speed limits  :)
i was afraid that HFS can't deal with large number of users and stop responding
but my server is great and can deal with huge traffic  ;)


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don't relax too much, HFS was designed to be easy but it's not high-performance.
Don't be sure it will be ok, the only way to know is to try your case.


Offline mohamedpchell

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don't relax too much, HFS was designed to be easy but it's not high-performance.
Don't be sure it will be ok, the only way to know is to try your case.
THanks
but i just want to know the average .
how many users & connection can HFS deal with it perfectly
in case my server is good