It's a total of 2 megabytes. Most files are ~3 KB, some are ~30 KB - they're all equally slow. We're talking bytes per second here. I'm on OS X and I've tried four different ftp clients. I'm currently trying to upload the folder as a .tar.gz via DirectAdmin (so it can extract), but that's taking a while.
Is something going on?
I just noticed that the bigger files get the first 32 KB up really quickly, and then they slow down to almost nothing. Is this some sort of protection against big files? 32 KB?
I just tried ftp on the server and it seemed to be normal speed. I uploaded like 20 files of 2kb. It took a few seconds. Small files are slow because you need to connect for each one of them, which always takes some time. But for larger files (like a few MB), you really should be getting your internet upload speed unless there is a problem with the server.
Could you maybe try it again and see if the problem still occurs?
Hah, I knew I was not the only one.
Bondings enjoys putting the blame on my internet connection all the time. I cannot download anything through my webbrowser/ftp at my proper download rate.
Go check up on savvis or something.