ciprian.trofin wrote:Is this issue solved in FW 3.6.0?
I haven't specifically tested yet if the issue is fixed or not, I can only say that after the firmware upgrade I attached a NTFS formatted USB disk I had previously attached to the NAS in order to copy some files to it, and the copy speed was awful: after more than 40 minutes, it had yet to finish copying just about 4.5Gb ! Before the upgrade, apart from the permissions issue, the performance was not bad at all, but before saying that something else has been broken, I'll have to make some other tests. During the file copy I noticed that the led on the USB disk blinked rarely, as if the NAS was feeding it data only once in a while, for no apparent reason, because the NAS load average was not high and top showed that most of the CPU time was being used by the cp process. I had suggested to QNAP, as a workaround for the permissions issue, to use by default the other file system driver, which I have read is slower but is not affected by the issue, so I thought that maybe they did this, but then I noticed that the file system driver used is still ufsd.
I think I'll make some tests and then write (complain) again to QNAP.