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Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 3:27 pm
by leven
Hi, i think the problem resolved over the weekend.
I'm now using the latest firmware in the 409 and the tvix (set to gigabit) and the perfomance is much better..

now if i just could get rtorrent to work im as happy as could be with the 409-Pro! :)



QNAPIvan wrote:Dear Leven
Can you let me know yur firmware version?
And is it set up in the 10/100 & Gigabit mixed environment?

Cheers,

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Thu Apr 10, 2008 11:36 am
by AndyChuo
That's good.

What was the prob with rtorrent installation?

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Thu Apr 10, 2008 4:41 pm
by leven
Yep, very happy with it now, great product that works like it should with the tvix 6500a, could use a more quiet fan though (for livingroom use).

Well its my understanding that rtorrent can't be installed on the 409 yet, only the 109-209, or has it been fixed? if so can someone point me in the direction to how? :)

thanks!


QNAPAndy wrote:That's good.

What was the prob with rtorrent installation?

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 3:17 pm
by spongy
QNAPAndy wrote:Hi Guys,

Sorry for the long wait but I think we locked down the problem and solved it.
NFS on QNAP NAS now works perfectly with all the TviX series players

Please update the corresponding firmware image below:
Guys, we've fixed this problem finally.

Please update the corresponding firmwares below:
TS-109 / TS-109-Pro
TS-209 / TS-209-Pro

Thanks guys

Andy



Hey Andy,

Looks like TS-409 (non-pro) has been left out here. Is there any firmware release that will enable the NFS for TS-409 ?

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 4:17 pm
by fribse
spongy wrote:Looks like TS-409 (non-pro) has been left out here. Is there any firmware release that will enable the NFS for TS-409 ?


One of the differences between pro and non-pro is NFS support.
Pro has additional support for NFS and AD.
non-Pro doesn't.

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 8:17 am
by AndyChuo
leven wrote:Yep, very happy with it now, great product that works like it should with the tvix 6500a, could use a more quiet fan though (for livingroom use).

Well its my understanding that rtorrent can't be installed on the 409 yet, only the 109-209, or has it been fixed? if so can someone point me in the direction to how? :)

thanks!


QNAPAndy wrote:That's good.

What was the prob with rtorrent installation?


check here

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Wed Apr 16, 2008 12:34 am
by fribse
leven wrote:Well its my understanding that rtorrent can't be installed on the 409 yet, only the 109-209, or has it been fixed? if so can someone point me in the direction to how? :)


I've installed it on my TS-409.
You need to change the HDA_DATA to MD0_DATA in all the configs if you have raid enabled, other than that it works nicely.

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Wed Apr 16, 2008 1:41 am
by leven
Thanks QNAPAndy & CrystalW, will try it!

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Thu Apr 17, 2008 1:48 pm
by AndyChuo
sure, if you still have problem please have you question asked in the relevant thread and keep this thread reflects what it says in the subject, thanks.

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Sun Jul 13, 2008 6:21 pm
by thunderace1k
I'm afraid the problem is back....

I have a TS-409 Pro with firmware Version 2.1.0 build 0624T.

If I connect it to the Gigabit switch, I can't use it with my TVIX 4100-SH. If I connect the Qnap directly to the router ( at 100 MBPS), everything works fine. I have tested carefully, changed cables, etc... The only way to have enough performance to watch something through the NFS share is to have the Qnap NOT connected to a Gigabit port.

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 6:13 am
by lbm
I can confirm this problem with GigE on 2.1.0 build 0624T as well.

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 4:17 pm
by qnapfrankie
excuse me, i use Tvix 5100sh and ts-409 connect with GigE cable ,then use

NFS to play the DVD and wm9 movie files is very good, can you tell me more

information about this bug??

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Mon Aug 18, 2008 9:41 pm
by thunderace1k
qnapfrankie wrote:excuse me, i use Tvix 5100sh and ts-409 connect with GigE cable ,then use

NFS to play the DVD and wm9 movie files is very good, can you tell me more

information about this bug??


@qnapfrankie

I described the bug in my post: it is network performance related, the only missing info might be that I use a Tvix 4100SH with the latest firmware 1.4.52

The symptom: network transfers slow down to a point you can't view anything smoothly, and the NFS folders take forever to show the contents.

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 3:28 pm
by AndyChuo
thunderace1k wrote:I'm afraid the problem is back....

I have a TS-409 Pro with firmware Version 2.1.0 build 0624T.

If I connect it to the Gigabit switch, I can't use it with my TVIX 4100-SH. If I connect the Qnap directly to the router ( at 100 MBPS), everything works fine. I have tested carefully, changed cables, etc... The only way to have enough performance to watch something through the NFS share is to have the Qnap NOT connected to a Gigabit port.


Hi We will release a fix for this issue, the fix was for TS-109/209 in the initial post. One question, when you say the problem is back, did you mean it was working all fine before a certain version of firmware?

Andy

Re: [FIX] Fix slow NFS performance between QNAP NAS & All TviX

Posted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 5:15 pm
by thunderace1k
QNAPAndy wrote:
Hi We will release a fix for this issue, the fix was for TS-109/209 in the initial post. One question, when you say the problem is back, did you mean it was working all fine before a certain version of firmware?

Andy


Hmmm, I can't tell. I don't remember if I was using the 409 with the Tvix prior to the firmware upgrade of late June.

Sorry, maybe someone else can help you on this one...