[K12OSN] TuxMath test on 8 core machine with teamed NICs 16GB RAM

Jim Kronebusch jim at winonacotter.org
Thu Dec 6 23:39:41 UTC 2007

On Thu, 06 Dec 2007 11:50:09 -0800, Huck wrote
> I'm not the only one!! Although the magic number seemed to ME to be 10.
> As I only support the Elementary School at 20hrs/month...
> (have I mentioned how much I love K12LTSP?)
> from what I see..if 10 kids are using TuxMath/Type...
> the other 10 in the lab can do whatever they want and everything runs 
> snazzy...
> but add on 5 more TuxMath/Type's...and POOF! might as well use a 
> chalk-board.
> (not that there is anything wrong with chalk boards, mind you)
> Oh..one other thing Jim, did you not have anything to monitor network 
> usage? ntop or something of the sort?

I did not, but Robert gave me some info on ibmonitor and I now have that ready.  I will
download the newest build of TuxMath hopefully tomorrow, then try the same test again
with both htop and ibmonitor running.  With ibmonitor I can see exactly how much data is
transmitted through all six nics.  I'll post back.  


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