TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby joelang1699 » Sat Aug 06, 2011 2:29 am

Updated to 3.4.4 today. The problem is still there!
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby quee0076 » Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:17 am

I'm also experiencing this TS-410. 4TB volume (3 disks in RAID 5), currently 490GB free space (which is 13.4%). Very frustrating if you have to have a spare 20% space all the time...
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby joelang1699 » Sun Aug 07, 2011 12:56 am

Yes well it means im going to have to upgrade now as opposed to a few months time, However im waiting on the new TS-X79 series which not much is being said about. Highly annoying!!
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby Carr » Thu Aug 11, 2011 1:09 am

TS-410 here with 4x2tb in raid5.

Same problem as described: writing to the box is completely useless, and flush-9:0 is eating cpu.
This happens every time i drop below 500gb free. Delete stuff, get up to 1tb free, and everything works fine again.

Surely there has to be a solution to this?
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby joelang1699 » Fri Aug 26, 2011 10:07 pm

Upgraded to 3.5 today..ITS STILL THERE!!!
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby joelang1699 » Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:54 am

Is anybody going to fix this nonsense???
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby rbrook » Sat Sep 03, 2011 9:36 am

I'll add my name to the list of people having this same problem.

TS-410 with 4x 2tb in JBOD and when i get to about 10% free space everything just slows down and seems to stop, very frustrating.
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby joelang1699 » Tue Sep 27, 2011 2:12 am

Is there any movement on this at all? My NAS is useless in this state!
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby lunzet » Wed Sep 28, 2011 1:24 am

459pro+ , 4 x 1,5TB SAMSUNG HD154UI 1AG0, freespace: 850 GB, firmware: 3.5.0 Build 0815T
2 x smbd running at 99%
why the **? Any help?
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby Gun » Thu Nov 24, 2011 4:44 pm

I also want to add my name to the list.

TS-410, 4x 2TB HDD, RAID 5. Problem: Upload extreme slow, Samba and FTP timeout. Download/Downstream ok.
I also recognized flush 9:0 acting up (so I found this thread), but the more intense problem was that after trying to upload a file the smbd process remained and ate CPU and RAM. 2nd try to upload: 2 smbd processes, 3rd 3 and so on. Just a NAS reboot could kill them.

I tried your solution and it worked: when free disc space falls below 425 GB (7,7 %), upload is not possible anymore. If you delete some files, everthing is fine again. The problem is reproducible: the magical space limit of my NAS is about 425 GB free disc space.
The problem occured suddenly, so it could be a combination of "low" disc space AND firmware update, but that hasn't to be true.

I had a long discussion via e-mail with german QNAP-service, they really don't know something about this problem.

Another thing that attracts attention is that most (or all?) the people here having this problem are using a RAID array, most of them RAID 5. Some are using the same QNAP-type TS-410.
QNAP-PROS: HELP!
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby florian.baumert » Tue Nov 29, 2011 9:53 pm

Hi,

after I needed to backup an external disk to my NAS and the NAS reached 91% fill grade this problem was there again. Completely useless.

As I don't believe QNAP is willing and able to solve this problem, I will object all QNAP purchases for our company. Also I will try to get my money back from Amazon. Maybe they are able to build pressure if enough people do the same.

Sad.
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby AlexKe » Mon Dec 05, 2011 11:56 pm

Hi Folks,

We found the issue,
- When used disk volume space is over 90% and the RAM space is less than 192 MB, the NAS write performance will drop to 6.96MB/s or less. The affected services include SAMBA, AFP, FTP, External Drive backup,.

To solve the issue, the methods are following.
1. Disable some none-used system services to get more RAM space. (especially for TS-x10/x12 NAS series)
2. Expand disk volume, e.g. from 2TB to 3TB.
3. Upgrade Linux kernel. This will be a big change on NAS firmware and it will take time to fine tune by QNAP.
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby florian.baumert » Tue Dec 06, 2011 12:18 am

Hi QNAPAlex,

can you acknowledge that this also fixes the problem where *all* writes to the disk happen in patterns (described below) which result in a write performance of only a few kb/s? And with *all* I mean not only SAMBA, FTP, etc but also a local cp command?

The pattern is as follows:

* write for 1-2 seconds with 10-20 MB/s
* read for 20-30 seconds with 1-2 MB/s from disk
* repeat
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby Lmax » Wed Jan 18, 2012 4:10 am

I notices this problem on my TS-419p as well. I realized it started occuring after i enabled the anti virus option a while back. Disabling this option made the NAS a lot faster and more responsive again.
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Re: TS-419P smbd and flush-9:0 acting up

Postby rodrigocatarino » Tue Mar 06, 2012 6:00 am

Hi,

I have the same issue... TS-639 with RAID5 and 6x1TB WD disks...
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