Alright I’m back with some benchmarks. Some background in case anyone asks:
Current internet speedtest (running off an Asus 1gig wired/wirelss router)
Alright, so this benchmark will show “Moving” and “Copying” of files back and forth. I have two runs - a “Single” and a “Multi” run. The single run is a single file 4.37gb in size. The multi run is around 50 files totalling 4.37gb in size. “NAS” means the MyCloud, “SSD” means my local hard drive, and “USB3.0” is my external 3.0 drive.
You will see 10 screencaps - 4 are transfers from the NAS to the SSD, 4 are transfers from the SSD to the NAS, and 2 are baseline transfers from the SSD to my USB3.0 External.
Here are the results:
Copying from NAS to SSD Multi:
Copying from NAS to SSD Single:
Moving from NAS to SSD Multi:
Moving from NAS to SSD Single:
Everything looks good so far! But going the opposite direction causes serious slowness.
Copying from SSD to NAS Multi:
Copying from SSD to NAS Single:
Moving from SSD to NAS Multi:
Moving from SSD to NAS Single:
And for a comparison, some transfers to my USB 3.0 External:
For whatever reason, I can copy and move files with ease *FROM* my NAS *TO* my SSD. But I cannot transfer files from my SSD to my NAS at the normal speeds.
Please let me know if anyone else has tried these benchmarks and if you could let me know what speeds you’re getting. I’ll continue to look around to see if anyone else has this issue.