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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2006 1:55 am 
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After several days of off and on effort I finally have NASLite working on my proposed NAS PC: 400MHz Pentium II Celeron w/ 132M RAM, 10/100 Enet card and UDMA 33 ports.

Transferring a single 540M file from XP to NASLite took 3:15 and transferring the same file back took 4:00 minutes.

Booting the same NAS PC into FreeNAS, transferring that file XP to NAS took 1:30 and NAS to XP took 2:00 minutes.

In this scenario FreeNAS is about twice as fast as NASLite.

I realize that NASLite is limited by the IDE drivers available on the floppy and, so, NASLite+ should be faster. Can someone estimate what kind of speeds I might get using NASLite+? Would NASLite2 be any faster?


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+ is considerably faster, but with the presence of v2, I'd probably go for the latest.


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I'm interested in this as well. Is V2 a replacement for the "+" software? Will there be a V2 of "+"??

Thanks in advance


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