DTN Performance Testing
Quick Reference Guide for DTN performance testing
Start by confirming there is no packet loss. owping and nuttcp in UDP mode are both good ways to make sure the path is clean. Locate for nearby perfSONAR hosts to test to here.
owping -c 10000 -i .01 denv-owamp.es.net pscheduler task --tool nuttcp throughput --dest denv-pt1.es.net -i1 -u -b100M #reverse direction pscheduler task --tool nuttcp throughput --source denv-pt1.es.net -i1 -u -b100M
All of these tests should report no packet loss before proceeding further.
Next try a TCP test with iperf3 to a well-known fast host that is nearby:
pscheduler task throughput --dest denv-pt1.es.net #reverse direction pscheduler task throughput --source denv-pt1.es.net
Next try an iperf3 disk-to-disk test to verify disk performance.
Your Science DMZ DTN should be able to get at least 8 Gbps TCP performance if everything is configured correctly.