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Re: Throttle based on ETA time?

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November 17, 2018 12:43PM
Could be any time, the point is that if I have 100 clients trying to download, I prefer having 10 completing their download each 10 minutes then having all the 100 clients completing the download after 100 minutes.

Scenario 1 (which is what I'd like):
00:00 - 100 clients start downloading
00:10 - 90 clients are dropped and 10 clients finish downloading
00:20 - 10 more clients finish downloading
...
01:40 - all 100 clients finish downloading

Scenario 2 (which is what would happen if I don't use this kind of throttling):
00:00 - 100 clients start downloading
01:40 - all 100 clients finish downloading

So, scenario 1 looks much better in my opinion, because the end time for 100 clients is the same, but if you think about this download in the middle of a pipeline, the first clients can be working on other steps.
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Throttle based on ETA time?

lem0nhead November 16, 2018 07:18PM

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