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Old 11-28-2006, 10:36 PM
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Expectations on copy speed

While I understand that there are many variables which effect copy speed, knowing what is normal, or conversely not normal, can help to identify when there's a system vs hardware vs software issue.

I've seen various people posting firewire "effective copy speeds" which are quite impressive, however, so far the best my configuration has been able to produce is 2.08 MB/s. Seems a bit sub standard...

The configuration is an Intel Mac @2Ghz, OS X 10.4.8; 2GB ram; connecting to a 500GB LaCie Ethernet NAS with EXT3 over 100MBps local net. I know that a firewire might be more effective, however it sort of defeats the purpose of an NAS. Besides, I don't see any numbers in this configuraiton which would drop the throughput to 2MB/s.

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