160KB/s or 160Kb/s ?

Discussion in 'Install/Configuration' started by Daijoubu, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. Daijoubu

    Daijoubu New Member

    In the standars edition, it says the bandwidth is "throttled to 160KB/s"
    Is it in kilobits or kilobytes? Because 160KB/s is about 20Kb/s...
  2. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    Sorry for the confussion.

    Your download speed is throttled to 160KBytes/s when you download the distribution package from our web site.

    There is no throttle limits hard coded into our standard edition, it is up to you to set the throttle limit you like on your server. :)

    I think, KB means KiloBytes, Kb means kilobits, and 160KB/s = 1080Kb/s.
  3. Daijoubu

    Daijoubu New Member

    This is great
    Your guys should really edit this part, really confusing 8)
    So the only hardcoded limit is the 400 connections?

    And you're right, KB is kilobytes and Kb is kilobits

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