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  1. 1.13 BETA 4/27/2021 Update AMD AGESA ComboAM4v2 1.2.0.2
  2. ALERT!!! Beta Bios 1.12 https://www.asrockrack.com/general/productdetail.asp?Model=X570D4U#Download 1. Update AGESA ComboV2 to 1.2.0.1 2. Fix issue of low network speed in Ubuntu *Lab BMC
  3. ALERT!!! Beta Bios 1.12 https://www.asrockrack.com/general/productdetail.asp?Model=X570D4U#Download 1. Update AGESA ComboV2 to 1.2.0.1 2. Fix issue of low network speed in Ubuntu *Lab BMC
  4. I can confirm, that Mellanox3 (1GB connectors) on exact same settings saturates 1GB link easily. So, I confirm Asrock bug!
  5. On that matter, PLEASE, everyone that has this problem, open a support ticket on Asrock so they know there are more people interested in a fix. http://event.asrockrack.com/tsd.asp for the serial number, just copy it from IPMI.
  6. OK, it looks like we have an answer: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/97155-asrock-rack-x570d4u/?do=findComment&comment=917200 https://forum.openmediavault.org/index.php?thread/36799-dual-on-board-intel-i210-low-performance/ Next week I have 1GBps connectors for my Mellanox, so 95% problem will be solved. On that matter, PLEASE, everyone that has this problem, open a support ticket on Asrock so they know there are more people interested in a fix. http://event.asrockrack.com/tsd.asp for the serial number, just copy it from IPMI.
  7. @doesntaffect What are your write and read speeds to and from array (cached or not) using integrated Intel NICs? I searched for an answer, ppl state that integrated NICs could result slow speeds on unRAID.
  8. http://10.10.10.5/Shares/Browse?dir=/mnt/user/kasuj Firefox download: Next step will be OMV installation to troubleshoot Linux environment. Maybe older unRAID too... After the holidays I'll use Mellanox NIC instead of Intel to troubleshoot.
  9. SMB3_11. But please note, I can download files via http, I have 6.5MBps too! Windows SMB write speed (not under unRAID, did W10P test install😞 W10P SMB read:
  10. I have same MOBO now. BIOS 1.10, ECC 2x32 3200. I test it for few hours yet. No lockups, just poor data transfers. Installing W10P for testing. TexasDaddy - did you upgrade the BIOS to 1.10? What ram slots did you populate? I did almost no BIOS changes, especially advanced ones. EDIT: I can confirm NICs BUG! Laughable transfers under Linux.
  11. I tried non-bond, fail-over bond, mode 6 bond. Nothing changed. EDIT: Tested on 1NIC only, no changes. I'll check it on Mellanox soon.
  12. kpl-diagnostics-20210401-2255.zipkpl-diagnostics-20210401-2255.zip EDIT: I have 6MBps on http download from server too. EDIT2: below are DiskSpeed results PM983: HGST18TB:
  13. 50MBps write and 6.5MBps read to/from enterprise HDD18TB and NVMe drive too! Over SMB from W10P No parity so far, only two disks: 18TB Ultrastar HDD for data Disk 1WDC_WUH721818ALE6L4 920GB cache SAMSUNG_MZ1LB960HAJQ-00007 - 960 GB (nvme0n1) I have one SMB share with cache disabled (same problem for cache-iso folder). When I write to it (one, big file) I expect 113MBps, I have 50MBps. When I read, I expect 113MBPs and I have... 6.5MBps. Any ideas? My setup is very similar to: I use encryption on both array and cache.
  14. Not sure. My technician just put RAM in correct place and updated the BIOS. Today I started the server for the 1st time. Ran into issues. HDD 18TB HGST/WD, capable of 270MBps, with cache disabled, 1GBps network I have: 50MBps write over SMB 6.5MBps read over SMB (from/to W10P)
  15. Server is WIP. De-facto done, waiting for more trays and PCIe x1 3.0 ASM1166 controller. I saw it already - completely silent, ram at 3200, no USB 2.0. I'll report when ready. BTW., Where is ECO mode in BIOS? I searched for few minutes (BIOS 1.10) and failed to see any. My NOCTUA is much bigger. I may have some problems in case of switching to rack-mounted case.