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Low speed AFP protocol

Postby obscur » Fri Oct 11, 2019 9:31 pm

Help me please! I was almost desperate to solve the problem. Technical support is not responding, although I provided them with a username and password from the NAS.

Model: AS4004T
ADM Version: ADM 3.4.2.R932

Problem:
on a 10-gigabit connector, the exchange rate with the storage is only 250-300 megabytes. The storage in this case is 2 SSD drives in raid0. And it produces the same speed on a raid0 array of 2 HHD disks. That is, 10 gigabit potential is used only by a third. And it made no sense to buy storage with such a connector, nor SSD drives. I stick the storage with a standard wire in the 10gbe-thunderbolt3 adapter and then in thunderbolt3 on imac.
 I would like to have at least 600-700 megabytes per second.

Questions:
how do i achieve this?

Adapter: https://www.sonnettech.com/product/solo ... rview.html
SSD: https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/m ... er/860dct/
HDD: https://www.e-katalog.ru/SEAGATE-ST4000VN008.htm
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Re: Low speed AFP protocol

Postby orion » Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:33 am

Finding bottlenecks is difficult. I think you may try Windows protocol first because Asustor tested it under Windows: https://www.asustor.com/product/performance?p_id=57.
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