valent0ne

Slow SMB write speed

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With both openmediavault and freenas I get 110MB/s stable while writing on a smb share, with the same file I go from 20 to 80MB/s on XPEnology (tried DS916+ on 6.1.7, DS3615xs on 6.2, DS3617xs on 6.2).

Hardware is J3455-ITX with 8GB of RAM and a single 2TB WD Caviar Green.

I already tried to disable smb encryption and I also switched to SMB3 but the results are the same.

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Try turning off SMB3 and turning on SMB1. From what I understand SMB3 is still "in the works" and it not a complete standard.

 

When I did that it stabilized by speeds.

 

Also WD Greens are not the most "premium" drives so they could be the culprit too.

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1 minute ago, test4321 said:

Try turning off SMB3 and turning on SMB1. From what I understand SMB3 is still "in the works" and it not a complete standard.

 

When I did that it stabilized by speeds.

 

Also WD Greens are not the most "premium" drives so they could be the culprit too.

I'll try but surely the hdd is not the problem since with freenas and omv I get 110mbps without drops.

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17 minutes ago, valent0ne said:

I'll try but surely the hdd is not the problem since with freenas and omv I get 110mbps without drops.

yeah try SMB1 - it should work

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20 hours ago, test4321 said:

yeah try SMB1 - it should work

tried SMB1 with DS3615xs on 6.1.7 and 6.2, DS3617xs on 6.1.7 and 6.2, same outcome.

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