cbm wrote:Hi all
I have a ReadyNas X6 on order, what is the expected sustained write performance improvement in turning on write cacheing ? 1 /5 /10 Mbps ?
Or is this feature only available on the ReadyNas 600?
I would like to understand the improvment to see if the increase can justify buying a UPS to enable the functionality (more kit to upset the misses ).
I would like to use the X6 to be the location that my Media Centre PC uses to record TV to - that way it can easily be accessed from other PC's, the throughput of that needs to exceed 4 Mbps sustained.
cbm wrote:Hi, thanks for the update, APC USB UPS on the way.
Out of interest is the sustained write of the ReadyNas 600 similar to the X6 or much higher
JReble wrote:I'm only getting about 4.5 MB/sec write speed out of my new X6. I've got a ups with usb port attached, write cache enabled, and I'm using gigabit network cards with a Netgear 5 port Gigabit Ethernet Switch model GS605. Read speeds appear to be satisfactory, but my write speeds are terribly low. What would you suggest?
JReble wrote:It's already disabled. From previous posts I'm expecting 2 to 3 times this write speed.
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