Writing speed MAC and Unix Permissions on NAS

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arkey
2011-04-27
2013-05-08
  • arkey

    arkey - 2011-04-27

    Hi,

    I installed your AFP-client and I'm having some problems.

    I successfully mounted a MAC-folder on my Linux. When I write files to the Mac, the speed is only 8 MB/s over 1 Gbit/s Ethernet. When I write files from the mounted folder to my linux-home, the speed is over 60 MB/s.

    How can I increase the writing speed with afpfs?

    Second problem:

    My NAS is working as a AFP-Server. I can mount NAS folders, but I can't access them:

    "ls: cannot access /mnt1: Input/output error"

    Heres the afp_client status:

    Dropped connection
    AFPFS Version: 0.8.1
    UAMs compiled in: Cleartxt Passwrd, No User Authent, Randnum Exchange, 2-Way Randnum Exchange, DHCAST128, DHX2
    Server N5500
        connection: 192.168.0.111:548 (active)
        using AFP version: AFP3.1
        server UAMs: No User Authent, Cleartxt Passwrd, DHCAST128 (used)
        login message:
        type: Netatalk
        signature: 026fffff026fffff026fffff026fffffffffa8
        transmit delay: 0ms
        quantums: 303840(tx) 131072(rx)
        last request id: 10 in queue: 0
        transfer: 441(rx) 349(tx)
        runt packets: 0

        Volume test, id 13, attribs 0x4c mounted: /mnt1
            did cache stats: 0 miss, 0 hit, 0 expired, 0 force removal
            uid/gid mapping: Login ids (1002/102)
            Unix permissions: No, Netatalk permissions broken: Unknown

    VolumeServer avid2
        connection: 192.168.0.17:548 (active)
        using AFP version: AFP3.2
        server UAMs: No User Authent, DHCAST128, DHX2 (used), Recon1
        login message:
        type: Macintosh
        signature: 0023ffff1528000000060000060e0000
        transmit delay: 0ms
        quantums: 262144(tx) 131072(rx)
        last request id: 24 in queue: 0
        transfer: 1739(rx) 1124(tx)
        runt packets: 0

        Volume MXF, id 1, attribs 0x2c6c mounted: /mnt3
            did cache stats: 0 miss, 0 hit, 0 expired, 0 force removal
            uid/gid mapping: Login ids (501/501)
            Unix permissions: Yes

    Any solution?

    Thx!

    Greetings

     
  • arkey

    arkey - 2011-04-28

    I solved the problem with the NAS by updating the firmware.

    But I can access the mounted folder only with the user, that did the "mount"-order. How can I access the mounted folder with every user?

    Where do I have to put the "-o allow_other" or something similar?

     

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