Who can explain whats going on seriously

how to best describe this

my setup,

Debian 8 64bit server,100 Mbps
lighttpd/1.4.35 (ssl) - a light and fast webserver
fuse mounted, mega.co.nz openload ftp, pcloud etc
rclone v1.48.0-069-g19ae0531-beta

  • os/arch: linux/amd64
  • go version: go1.12.7

now my issue, started straight away, i have mounted for example remote mega.co.nz folder, under lighttpd, the downloading speed is slow-fuse-lighttpd

this problem at first, i thought it might be fuse being extremely slow , each of the mounts are being severed from lighttpd, example.com/fuse-mount-folder. the downloading speed is extremely slow.

so by chance i was looking for a simple python static file server, i found the basic python -m SimpleHTTPServer, so i run it on the folder, and pointed to the new port, and guess what I'm getting the full speed for the same file. so my question , is lighttpd slowing my downloads or is the fuse slow?

i'm getting super fast speeds, running a static file server on the fuse mounts. vs a normal web server.

anybody know whats going on.

Why don't you try rclone serve http instead of using the mount? That should perform better than serving from a mount.

You pointed the SimpleHTTPServer at the same rclone mount?

In that case it must be something lighthhtpd is doing... Maybe it is reading the whole file to calculate mds5sums or something like that.

yes i pointed to the mount :grimacing:

i'm trying rclone serve --addr http mega:

how would i find the concurrence, like how many users can download at the same time, right now with python , im having a issue, only a single user can download at a time, when a user downloads, the server does not responded until the file its downloading has stopped

With rclone serve you are limited only by memory for the simultaneous downloads. So I would have thought a lot! You can use apache bench if you really want to know

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