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Ethernet speed way slower in Linux than in Windows

I know this sounds weird but it's true. In Windows 10, I get around 11-12MBps when uploading/downloading with Google Drive but it's only around 1-2 MBps when in Ubuntu (Kubuntu to be specific).

 

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lsblk

I found out there were two Ethernet drivers running together, so I disabled one but it didn't improve anything.

i7-3770k @ 4.5 GHz

Asrock Z77 Extreme4 

16GB DDR3 Corsair Ballistix RGB

Zotac 1070 Amp Extreme

1TB Western Digital

128GB ADATA SU800

630W Thermaltake Smart SE

 

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lsblk Is for showings mounted disks

 

lsmod for drivers but it's not possible to have two drivers at the same time, try

 

sudo lspci -vv to show all the devices with their respective drivers 

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Check if it's only Google Drive software issue by testing with other software. Considering the quality of the google photos backup software it might just be an google software issue. (The google photos software on windows has a poor management of bandwidth.)

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Test using speed test.net

Sudo make me a sandwich 

 

Check out my guide on creating your own private cloud storage

 

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