I have Gigabit fiber but InSync will sometimes use only ~350 Mbps, or occasionally up to around ~700 Mbps, for reasons that are not obvious to me.
For instance, I might be uploading a directory of 20 video files, each 4 GB-10 GB in size. For most of the transfer I’ll get only ~350 Mbps up, then suddenly the rate will jump to ~700 Mbps. The queue remains full during the whole process but the bandwidth usage changes and never maxes out the connection.
It’s not a local network issue, I get full line rate to other servers. It’s also not a Google Drive issue as Drive File Stream immediately maxes out upload / download bandwidth at line rate using the same file queue (or any file queue, for that matter).
This is all evaluated using the Windows network monitor. Any idea why this would be happening with InSync? I’m on the most recent v3.1.