copy from mounted vs through shell
makos999 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 05:31:42 MST 2013
In a scheduled set-up I wish to download files from a samba share
through the internet at a reasonable good speed. So it isn't only a LAN
environment. Doing copying from a mounted network (smbmount) drive
provides only ~25Kbytes/sec download speed, meanwhile copying the same
data from the same sharing is produced 10 times faster when it happens
via the smb-shell!
Samba shell is not highly configurable and feature oriented, so I have
to benefit from other shells (perl, bash, etc.) for customization purposes.
There must be a good explanation of the reduced speed. Do you have any
idea what I could do about that? At least in which direction to go with
debugging the problem?
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