What is your latency from you to the server?
It could be exactly correct depending on your latency. And I assume your referencing bytes and not bits?
Yes bits not bytes (that's why I used the tiny b).
is not the issue because I am testing on the local network. Everything
here is gigabit connections. My internet connection is 100Mb and most of
the people who will utilize the server are on connections of 25Mb or
lower so if I can get anywhere close to 25Mb that would be great.
In your crushftp_init.sh file, modify the java lien starting CrushFTP.
Before the "-jar" put :
Having a similar issue. My server is running Centos 7.1.
SFTP to CrushFTP averages right at 12 MB/s
SFTP to Centos (same box) averages 130 MB/s
I've tried with and without -Dssh.maxWindowSpace=10485760 with similar results.
CPU utilization (2 CPUs) is the same in both cases, topping out at around 35%. 4GB RAM, 1GB free.