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Old 25th May 2011, 06:43 AM
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Abysmal Read and Write Speeds on NAS

I am using Nautilus in Fedora 15 to access a Samba share on my NAS. //MURAMASA/Music/
Unfortunately, when I attempt to copy files from it, my speed hovers around ~100KB/S.
In Win7 I was getting ~10MB/S.
Can anyone tell me why I might be getting such terrible speed?
I can't wait an hour just to copy one Album between these folders, much less a half a decade to copy the lot.
Thanks for the help.

Linux Comp: eeePC1000HEB running Fedora 15
NAS: WD MyBook Live 2TB
Router: Belkin Wireless N (using the Ethernet ports rather than wireless.) Cat5 Cables

Edit: I tried mounting the share a different way.

When I use "mount -t cifs //MURAMASA/Music -o username=****,password=**** /media/Music" I get the error "mount error: could not resolve address for MURAMASA: Unknown error"

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