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Orange Pi Plus 2E - USB


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good night,
is ethernet and usb a shared hub on Orange Pi Plus 2E and H3 SOC? 
i get max dl\up speeds on speeds tests and good write and read speeds but when i dl something it max at half my Internet speed

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8 hours ago, NaTa5 said:

dl something

 

If you're talking about torrents then you should check speed of your download destination (not sequential but random IO performance). You find several reports on the forums that slow random IO also slows down Transmission & Co.

 

Check here how to test storage appropriate: https://forum.armbian.com/index.php?/topic/954-sd-card-performance/ (it's the 'iozone -i 2' that matters for this purpose)

 

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hi
for some reason iozone -a -i 2 gives me
"Error reading block at 12288
read: Success"
on emmc and hdd ( i guess i only need to cd in HDD mnt folder to test the hdd)

not only on torrents , but also wget and moving files with samba
On windows it works as it should (about same speeds i get with benchmark in the board wich is great)
its formated in ntfs if it helps
i didnt test another hdd (im really tired will do it tomorrow)

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sorry for reviving an old topic but i was using my board today and this came again
here you go:
 

 random    random     bkwd    record    stride
              kB  reclen    write  rewrite    read    reread    read     write     
          102400       4    12199    17088    40798    41032    40541    10683
          102400      16    21669    23089    92387    94860    94005    18962
          102400     512    25264    25921   142619   143845   143363    24620
          102400    1024    26230    26224   139327   143550   140371    24829
          102400   16384    24661    25128   135440   143033   144060    26802


dd if=/dev/zero of=./largefile bs=1M count=1024
1024+0 records in
1024+0 records out
1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB, 1.0 GiB) copied, 62.0049 s, 17.3 MB/s


Testing download speed................................................................................
Download: 206.82 Mbit/s
Testing upload speed................................................................................................
Upload: 181.92 Mbit/s

So why i cant go over 10mb/s download speed? What is the bottleneck?
Can a proper UASP 3.0 external HDD case get me better results or solve this? 
Anyone with this board can tell me what speeds is getting?

thanks 

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