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PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:45 pm 
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Freenas sucks a** :shock:

http://dan.bcapro.com/naspeed/index.htm


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 27, 2007 12:34 am 
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I just gave up on freenas myself.

FYI : http://dan.bcapro.com/naspeed/index.htm

Belongs to one of the freenas team, he does the knowledge base


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 11:24 am 
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Freenas Sucks hmm No its dosn`t SuXX

Hello here
New to naslight
Have Sonylogy 106 with 500 GB + 500 GB Fat32 USB
+ 250 GB Fat32 USB
Works OK 255 Mbit outspeed 100 Mbit Inspeed
But 50 -60 Mbit in/outspeed from usb hdd

Have test Both Freenas and Naslight 2.04 Last 2 weeks
Speed test with 1.76GB iso file
All speed test is with FTP
Software FlashFXP
Hardware:
NF4 AMD 3500+(2200 Mhz downclocked to 800 Mhz) Naslight 2.04 USB
DFI Motherboard
Gbit Netcard
1024 Ram
3 X 200 GB on ide
1 x 160 GB on ide
1 x 200 GB on nF sata
1 x 300 GB on nF sata
1 x 320 GB on Nf sata
1 x 250 GB on nF sata
1 x 80 GB on Silicon 3114 sata

Filesystem with freenas ufs +8%
Filesystem with naslight ext3
Client NF3 AMD 3000+
512 MB ram
Gbit Netcard
Gbit Switch 3-com

Naslight:
ide to nf3 361 Mbit
nf3 to ide 364 Mbit with short break peak 480 Mbit 5sec break !

silicon to nf3 297 Mbit
nf3 to silicon 378 Mbit with short break peak 480 Mbit 5sec break

nF to nf3 428 Mbit
nf3 to nF 451 Mbit no break here

2 connection from naslight to nf3 speed 600 Mbit

Freenas:
ide to nf3 294 Mbit cpu 35 % freenas
nf3 to ide 376 Mbit no break here

silicon to nf3 162 Mbit cpu 20 %
nf3 to silicon 290 Mbit no break here

nF to nf3 358 Mbit cpu 40 %
nf3 to nF 376 Mbit no break here

2 connection from freenas to nf3 speed 560 Mbit cpu 60 % freenas

What i miss on naslight:
set ftp connection max peeps to connect ex: max 3 connection on same time

and set how many connection from same ip ex: 1

Is this done = #1 nas appz


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 1:33 pm 
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Firebird69,

I realize English is not your native language, but I can't make heads or tails of what you just said! :?


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 1:47 pm 
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from my speedtest no one sucks(suxx)
Who you use freenas or naslight is up to you not
bequse speed sucks
I wish they work together
Like both freenas and naslight :wink:

Have both usb + cdd 2.04


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 5:19 pm 
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Harvin wrote:
Tony wrote:
SANLite was Ralph's idea of about an year ago. That's what led to the remote storage option in NASLite-2. SANLite (great name - don't you think ;-)) is in the queue, will likely support both iSCSI and AoE and may be available later this year.


SANLite gets my vote! Bring on iSCSI and AoE.


Tony,

As long as it has been I'm guessing that this is a dead project. Is that the case?

Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: Naslite vs. freenas
PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2008 2:27 am 
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Still in the works.

Without getting too technical, the deprecation of DevFS in the 2.6 kernel has pushed us back in development.


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 Post subject: Re: Naslite vs. freenas
PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 10:44 am 
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Over the past few weeks I've experiemented with FreeNAS to see how it would compare to NASLite-2 and thought I would post my results here. I want to lead in by saying I do not like to "bash" so I'll try to keep this as factually acurate as possible.

I have two machines running NL2 and I tried the "Live CD" version of FreeNAS (config stored on USB) since this seemed like the easiest way to try things out.

Machine 1 - Booted up FreeNAS, configured things and all went quite well for about 5 minutes. Then the machine crashed and rebooted. Hmmm, maybe I got the config wrong. Rebooted FreeNAS, waited for all of the drives to go through fsck, double checked configuration. Machine came up and in about 5 minutes crashed and rebooted again. Tried the latest beta version of FreeNAS, same results. Posted a query on the FreeNAS boards and received no answers. Back to NL2 on machine 1.

Machine 2 - Booted up FreeNAS OK but then ran into a bunch of strange issues:

- Some folders just didn't appear in Windows Explorer (SSH'd into the machine and the files are all there). Checked config, permissions, users, groups, create masks, and everything else I could think of - nothing worked. I had a backup of the drive so I reformatted it from ext3 to ufs. After copying the files back everything appears but when you browse in Windows Explorer there is a 10 second delay before anything shows up. Theis delay caused all sorts of grief with my SageTV server.

- DeltaCopy reposts it can't change the timestamp on certain files. Checked everything I could think of again and still can't sort it out.

- System periodically crashes and reboots itself. Problem seems fairly random.

I posted several times on their forums and received very few responses.

I like the flexibility of FreeNAS but for me the thing is just too "fragile" to be trusted and there is little help to be found on their support boards.


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