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Site info Site Owner: wuseman Site Speed: 1000/1000.se Site ISP: Telia
Speedtest via wget: With below command we avoid writing to disk since it may decrease speeds: (See the difference here)
wget -q -O /dev/null --show-progress --progress=bar:force:noscroll https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/1MB 2>&1 wget -q -O /dev/null --show-progress --progress=bar:force:noscroll https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/100MB 2>&1 wget -q -O /dev/null --show-progress --progress=bar:force:noscroll https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/500MB 2>&1 wget -q -O /dev/null --show-progress --progress=bar:force:noscroll https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/1000MB 2>&1 wget -q -O /dev/null --show-progress --progress=bar:force:noscroll https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/2000MB 2>&1
Speedtest via curl: Same as above. We write data to /dev/null for do a real speedtest '-#' is nothing fancy, just showing us a progress bar during download curl https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/1MB -o /dev/null -# curl https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/100MB -o /dev/null -# curl https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/500MB -o /dev/null -# curl https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/1000MB -o /dev/null -# curl https://wuseman.nr1.nu/speedtest/2000MB -o /dev/null -#