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  1. The same problem when I try to move root file system to SSD. After whole process was finished the script ask for reboot. After reboot I can't login neither with putty nor OMV through web interface. It is anything to do before I use 'nand-sata-install' script? NAS_login_attempt.avi
  2. Another SD card, the third, 32 GB class 10, with latest OMV image. Upload ~ 20 Mb/s Download ~ 40 Mb/s Temp ~ 52 degree Celsius (front shield from NAS kit isn't mounted due to often SD card tests) I will try to use 'nand-sata-install' to move root fs to a ~ 3 Gb partition on SSD since I have no success with any SanDisk Ultrafit 32 Gb USB 3.0 (two different sticks). Oh, by the way, tests are made with Thomas network recommendation: client and server conected through my TP-Link switch...
  3. Something strange about my board and my attempt to move root file system to USB stick or SSD. I tried with two SD different cards, two different USB 3.0 sticks and even with a small partition on a SSD . After I used nand-sata-install I can't login through command line and OMV web interface, too. I used image recommended above. The FriendlyARM image don't have this tool included and is bigger. You have any idea?
  4. Good question! It is just 5e. Theoretically support gigabit. The name on the cable box was 'Intex cat 5e'. Maybe it is a good idea to retest in the last network configuration (server and client connected to the switch) but with better quality cables.
  5. Ok, I made a new test: - another SD card with your OMV image - both NanopiNeo2-NAS and my client connected through a switch - transfer a single 1.5 Gb files from a RAM disk from client to SSD on NAS The number don't differ too much: - processor temperature reported by 'armbianmonitor' ~ 51 Celsius degree - SSD temperature reported by OMV ~ 41 Celsius degree - the traffic speed transfer reported by Windows between 18 - 22 MB/s It seems to be something wrong with my network configuration and, maybe, with NAS position related to high temperature. Maybe my TP-Link TL-SG108 switch is the problem.... I will try to connect client - NAS through the router.... And, by the way, I put an electronic thermometer near to the NAS and the ambiental temperature showed is 28 Celsius degree.
  6. Just short test this evening. I changed my network configuration like in your advice: both, Nanopi Neo2 NAS and my Windows 8.1 machine, connected through my TP-Link TL-SG108 switch. The same maximum traffic speed, when I transferred just one big file (1.5Gb) ~ 21 Mb/s.
  7. It was a single big file ~4 GB. The transfer rate 17 - 22 Mb/s is when I uploaded the file to NAS. When I downloaded from server to my Windows 8.1 computer transfer rate was badly, 13 Mb/s... And I obtained that bad transfer rates also when I used a USB 3 stick instead of SSD or HDD. Also I tried to transfer 1.8 GB from a RAM disk....the same transfer rates.
  8. Yes, you are right. I will test with 'usualy' configuration, the NanoPi Neo2 connected direct through my router and I will try to avoid any another factors which can influence the results like another network traffic during the tests. Even I will take off the two storage (one HDD and one SSD) from USBs router. I think the ideal configuration to test NanopiNeo2 NAS hardware and software configuration is to connect direct to my main computer through network card, but I am lost here, and I suppose that is not a real, day by day configuration. Well, I will put here not just the result but my network configuration and even the hardware specification/model like SD, SSD, HDD etc. to have the right conclusions about the Nano potential and your software optimization.
  9. Ok, I will do some tests with another SD cards and I will report the results here. Rather a bad 1000 MBit network configuration. Also I have intention to test another network configuration. Currently the Neo2 NAS pass through the traffic through a gigabit switch, gigabit router to a gigabit network card from my main computer. I hope to post the results until this Saturday. Thanks for your advices and sugestions (SSH, check network configuration...)
  10. Well, it seems to be something wrong with my system because I have 49 Celsius degrees on the processors without any activity. I tried to use this hardware configuration ( ) but with latest OMV image from FriendlyARM and HDD temperature is increasing to 60 degree. I suspect the HDD release to much heat and the aluminium case don't have the capacity to dissipate efficiently the heat. I changed the HDD with a SSD, and now, when I transfer the files the processor temperature is around 55 degrees and the SSD around 45 degrees; without any activity processor temperature is 49 degree and SSD temperature is 39 degree. The transfer rate is the same 17 ~ 22 Mb/s. Any way, I think the the difference between your temperature, 37, and mine 49, is to much.... Could be just software differences ? Armbian versus OMV ?