bguernsey wrote:How recent was it? I've not seen throughput issues with Lion or Snow Leopard. Is it possible that something else is going on- like Lion is reindexing your drive for spotlight while time machine is running?
bguernsey wrote:Using both OSX 10.6 and 10.7 we've been encountering intermittent issues connecting to an AFP share. Sometimes if you disconnect and reconnect your network on the mac, the share will again be accessible. Other times it won't.
This is a brand new QNap 789-Pro with the latest firmware installed (3.7.2)
Firmware 3.7.3 Build0801 Release Notes wrote:[...]
[Major Bug Fixes]
- Fixed OS X Mountain Lion Time Machine backup compatibility issue
- NAS may not be able to recognize some HFS+ external drives formatted by Mac OS X
bguernsey wrote:You're correct- 879Pro (typo). The link above now returns a 404 not found. Was the firmware pulled back?
I just upgraded to 3.7.2, which at the time was the latest about 2-3 weeks ago. The Live Update page on the QNap itself never showed 3.7.2, so I guess it was never an "official" release. There should be a way there to select a checkbox for betas or hotfix releases.
Do firmware updates always disable optware? During the last update I noticed it turned off optware and I needed to reenable it.
thanks for the tip- hopefully the download reappears soon...
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