What Seagate drives?grindstone wrote:I have a TS-419PII in a RAID 5 configuration (all approved Seagate drives)...
How is the Qnap network configured?...the QNAP is using both ethernet connections.
Transferring from what, that is connected how?For the last few days I have been transferring data to the QNAP and I am getting speeds of 20 - 23mb /sec.
Balance-tlb (Adaptive Transmit Load Balancing)
Balance-tlb uses channel bonding that does not require any special switch. The outgoing traffic is distributed according to the current load on each Ethernet interface (computed relative to the speed). Incoming traffic is received by the current Ethernet interface. If the receiving Ethernet interface fails, the other slave takes over the MAC address of the failed receiving slave. Balance-tlb mode provides load balancing and fault tolerance.
Folders that contain many small files will be slower than a single large file. All performance testing and specifications is always only done with a single large file.grindstone wrote:I am transfering folders of data that total from 250GB to 350GB...
Qnap marketing performance specification numbers was achieved with the standard setting (1500).Currently both the Mac Pro and the QNAP TS-419 PII are set to Jumbo frames 9000
No but it may be what you should expect for some tasks (when copying many small files).grindstone wrote:So is 20-25mb / sec what I should be expecting for most tasks?
I don't consider 350 MB to be a very big file (Qnap claim they used a 5 GB file) but I don't think that Qnap would dare to lie with their specifications so I'd say that it is possible to achieve those numbers.barbatrukko wrote:specification says Il TS-419P can make more than 109 MB/s in download and 75 MB/s in upload iunder windows network.
You think big file (>350MB) can have this transfer speed?
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