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    Testing data transfer

    Does anyone know of any utils for testing data transfer speeds to network attached storage?

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    Copy and paste!

    Well, I used to use FTP to test the throughputs.

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    Tera copy

    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Does anyone know of any utils for testing data transfer speeds to network attached storage?

    Ben
    Hi,

    Check out TeraCopy, it will show you the speed its copying and its faster than normal copy of windows as it uses all available bandwidth.

    Copy your files faster with TeraCopy

    Ash.

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    Cool thanks for that DM.

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    I can read at 108MB/s from my iscsi SAN, but only with an artificial test or 128k blocks and 100% read.

    It has more real world tests on it though and it's good for testing peak performance is as expected. For example writing to 4k cluster ntfs peaks at 20MB/s while 32k peaks are around 80MB/s on my box.

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    iperf

    iperf is another utility to test our bandwidth as well.

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