This is a discussion on 3 TB Raid 1, seems slow on network (NAS) within the File and Application Sharing forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. I have a iomega X2 that I modified and put into a server rack case, Video here if anyone wants
Anyways when transferring files to it I get very slow speeds, like 8-15 MB/s and even slower, I have a file server running Windows server and transferring over to that server I get the full gigabit speeds (100 MB/s). (no raid)
Am I getting the slow speeds on the NAS due to the raid 1 configuration its set up on ? I presume that is the problem but would expect it to be faster than that.
I have a job that copies files from the Windows Server to the NAS 1x per week, that way I can copy /back up files from the PC over to the Windows server at high speed, then the NAS can grab the files from that server for the redundant back up.
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