Reply 20 of 43, by mOBSCENE
Some new findings!
When using a FAT32 drive on my Linux VM, the slow speed issues are resolved. Also using a better benchmark utility now. The results:
Creation of 100MB file
NDIS2/Samba -> 5.58 MB/sec
Packet/EtherDFS -> 3.04 MB/sec
Regarding to the "File not found" issue: using a FAT32 drive does not resolve my issue with copying newly created files. However, it seems to be related to the shell I'm using (4DOS):
- After file creation, I can only use type/head to view the file, but not copy it back again - "File not found"
- If at that time I start a COMMAND shell (on top of 4DOS), I can copy the new files created in 4DOS shell just fine
- exiting COMMAND and returning to 4DOS shell and I get a "File not found" error again on the same file
Weird thing is: a file created in 4DOS, is only -viewable- in 4DOS and _not_ in COMMAND (using type, contents are empty) - but copy works only in COMMAND, after which I can view the contents of this file on my local disk successfully
Hope this makes sense 😀
EDIT: Also just lost the connection to EtherSRV again (to FAT32 drive) - drive listing empty. But no errors on server side.