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PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2012 8:30 am 

Joined: Thu Apr 07, 2011 4:35 am
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I am hoping there is a community member help on this one. Because obviously the LS-LV doesn't come with NFS. But there is a NFS addon.

My problem is when I am using my LS-VL as a VM storage for VMWare ESXi 5.1, it is VERY VERY slow... I'm barely getting a 2MB/s access within the Virtual Machine. However. I have copy and move VM files from a NFS export to the ESXi local HDD(and vis versa) and I am getting better transfer rate (8.5MB/s ~ 10MB/s)

Now I read on VMWare's forum that this was happening to Synology's NAS as well. And Synology put out a patch for the kernel module "nfds.ko". Obviously I am not going to be able to use their module. And Buffalo for sure won't help "patch" either. So I am wondering if anyone on the forum is capable of looking to this?


Or if anyone know of a work-around "fix"?


PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 9:38 am 

Joined: Fri Jun 29, 2007 10:39 am
Posts: 2604
Maybe, if you get the concrete software patch, one could
be able to apply the patch to the Buffalo source as well and
compile a module from it.
But without the patch itself, it is impossible to say.

Please do not use private mail (PN/M) to ask questions. Use the proper forum instead. (me)

If there is no verified backup of a dataset, the dataset, by definition, is unimportant. (c't 2012)

RAID (no matter which level) never ever substitutes a backup. (me)

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