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  1. Yes I meant 250 gigbytes The data consisted of protools sessions
  2. Sorry what I meant is: 1. I copied 250gb to the cache pool. This wrote at 70MB/s 2. Once this was done I used the 'Mover' to move the data from the cache pool to the array. 3. As this was moving, the CPU spiked from 5% to 100% 4. The NAS was not being used in any other way at this time
  3. tower-diagnostics-20211013-1313.zip
  4. Update: As a test I tried moving some data directly into the cache pool (not using a third party backup software), which was super quick (≈70MB/s), but then as mover settings kicked in the CPU went mad, kept jumping from 5% to 100%...
  5. https://forums.unraid.net/topic/114774-nas-very-slow-≈-1mbs-upload/
  6. My NAS server is extremely slow at writing data... slower than it should be. We're currently writing data to it at about .05-4MB/s. Here's the sitch: - We've got the Storinator 45 drives - Everything is looking "healthy" on the unraid interface - I don't have turbowrite set up, but even without this feature, the NAS is being way too slow - I'm not using the cache pool either, but again this write speed is abnormal - Using third party apps to write to the NAS (chronosync and carbon copy cloner - both up to date) - Slow on all computers connected to the NAS - Have checked the connections to the Network and have ruled this out as an issue - I have 4x 16TB EXOS drives from Seagate used for storage + 2x 16TB EXOS drives used as parity drives
  7. Hmm I'm not actually sure... My colleague who is no longer here set this up. Do you know how I can check? Thanks
  8. My NAS server is extremely slow at writing data... slower than it should be. We're currently writing data to it at about .05-4MB/s. Here's the sitch: - We've got the Storinator 45 drives - Everything is looking "healthy" on the unraid interface - I don't have turbowrite set up, but even without this feature, the NAS is being way too slow - I'm not using the cache pool either, but again this write speed is abnormal - Using third party apps to write to the NAS (chronosync and carbon copy cloner - both up to date) - Slow on all computers connected to the NAS - Have checked the connections to the Network and have ruled this out as an issue - I have 4x 16TB EXOS drives from Seagate used for storage + 2x 16TB EXOS drives used as parity drives