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The Review of Raysync – High-speed Large File Transfer Solution

In the era of information explosion, the demand for transfer of large files is increasing day by day, and the transfer speed and performance are also very important. Today, we will made a professional review of Raysync from the aspects of deployment mode, transfer speed and performance.

1. Deployment Mode

1.1 Deployment environment: the server host is deployed under Windows environment

Deployment process: Download the Raysync installer, which is only 96.9 MB in size. Then decompress the installation package, find the file named start and double-click to run it, and the Raysync Windows server will be deployed.

start

And then you need to enter the IP address of your computer and the port number 8090. For example, if the IP address of your computer is 39.104.18.054, the visit link should be http://39.104.180.54:8090/login.html.

1.2 Deployment environment: the server host is deployed under Linux environment

Deployment process: Download the Raysync installer, then decompress the installation package, find the file named ./start and double-click to run it, and the Raysync Linux server will be deployed.

./start

In conclusion: Through practical operation, it is concluded that the deployment process of Raysync is relatively simple, and it can be done within 30 minutes.

2. Speed Test

Test environment:

  1. The server host is Alibaba in Beijing with WIN2008 R2 system.
  2. The client host is Alibaba Cloud in Shenzhen with WIN2008 R2 system.
  3. The bandwidth is 100Mb/s.
  4. The products are installed on the same server host and client host respectively.
  5. The tested files is 1GB in size.

File uploading: it takes 91 seconds to upload 1GB files via Raysync. File downloading: it takes 82 seconds to download 1GB files via Raysync.

3. Performance Test

transfer performance

The Raysync keeps the transfer speed stable and the packet loss rate is relatively low when the network latency is 20ms.

The transfer process is also relatively stable when the network latency is 100ms.

In conclusion, Raysync software is built keeping in mind the end-user and ease of operations. Reliability, affordability, and convenience are the strengths of Raysync.

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