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  2. JENKINS-40428

Tomcat deploy transfer speed

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      Deploying to Tomcat over a 20Mbps link. The "upload" transfer speed from cargo is very slow. It maxes out at about 2Mbps/250kBps which obviously slowing our deploy time.

      Cause is a small default chunked encoding size (i.e. buffer size) and use of expect/continue headers when sending data during a remote remote deploy.

      Fix has been submitted to Codehouse Cargo (hopefully released v1.6.2) and tested with the deploy plugin as working. Here's the relevant issue https://codehaus-cargo.atlassian.net/browse/CARGO-1418

      Can we please upgrade Cargo to the latest version.

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          jansohn Robin Jansohn added a comment -

          This was already fixed in the following commit:
          https://github.com/jenkinsci/deploy-plugin/commit/205715c3556ade8d8665de677ebb41e35ee64793

          It will be available in the next release version 1.14 which should be out soon (next week).

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          jansohn Robin Jansohn added a comment - This was already fixed in the following commit: https://github.com/jenkinsci/deploy-plugin/commit/205715c3556ade8d8665de677ebb41e35ee64793 It will be available in the next release version 1.14 which should be out soon (next week).

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            wilson_waters Wilson Waters
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