Subject: Re: Samba Performance
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Lance Zane <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/08/2005 20:20:24
My Qube2 w/64mb ram at best was able to kick out 2.0 - 2.2
Megabytes/sec samba transfers using debian linux. I was using the
same testing methodology, a directory of about 500 megs of files.
I've read something about the pci implementation is broken or only
half working such is why the slow speeds for a 100base line. My Qube2
is presently gathering dust because at those speeds the unit is
painfully slow to use as a file server.
On Tue, 8 Mar 2005 20:47:06 +0100, Carsten Pache <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday, March 8, 2005, David Albert <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I have seen very slow samba transfers on my Raq2 and Raq3. Does anyone know
> > why this is? Carsten reports 2.5kBps (25kbps) below which is extremely bad
> > (Carsten, was I reading that correctly?).
> Sorry, a mistake of mine! When I wrote "NetBSD 1.6.1: 1.700
> kilobytes/sec, NetBSD 2.0: 2.500 kilobytes/sec (using Samba)" I forgot
> that "." and "," are interchanged in Germany. So to get the correct
> values, just delete the "." and read: "NetBSD 1.6.1: 1700
> kilobytes/sec (resp. 1.7 Megabytes/sec), NetBSD 2.0: 2500
> kilobytes/sec (resp. 2.5 Megabytes/sec) (using Samba)".
> > I get more like 5Mbps on the Raq2, but both are mighty slow for a
> > 100-baseT Ethernet connection.
> > I am measuring by transferring a large directory and timing the
> > transfer...is there a better way? Thanks!
> I am doing it the same way as you, so our measurements should be