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[Oct. 9th, 2010|04:35 pm]
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[budhaboy]
I recently did some upgrades.

I upgraded my file server to have 3 1.5TB SATAs from 4 750MB IDEs. It's still running Ubuntu Hardy Heron.
I upgraded my workstation to be running Ubuntu Karmic Koala.

In both cases I'm running NFS.

Before the changes I could get sustained file transfers of about 40MB/s To Server or From Server with Large (>1GB) media files. It also didn't matter if I was copying or moving, using nfs or scp.

Now I'm getting about 38MB From Server, 20MB To Server when I'm copying... If I MOVE the file, I get about 9MB To Server, 15 From.

What kills me is if I scp the files, I can get about 40MB to Server, 55MB from server.

Any thoughts or comments?
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