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On Jan 7, 2008 11:17 AM, FRLinux wrote:
> On Jan 7, 2008 11:14 AM, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> > If you can take the drives out the case and stick them in
> > a regular (x86) machine you should be able to see if it's the
> > CPU.
>> I am fairly sure they are really fast that way. Some other people
> already confirmed this. Been doing more testing. Plain unencrypted
> wget gives me about 2.5MB/s which leads me to believe that the device
> just sucks.
I would recommend you to take the drives and test them in a PC.
If the drives are working well I would attach other drives to the NAS
and run the tests again.
The slowness could be caused by some faulty part in the NAS.
Personally, if the separated drives are fast I would put the drives
back in the device and return it to the maker as faulty (if the
warranty is still valid, of course...).
Just my 2 cent
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