AFP transfer sometimes very(!) slow

    • The file system is not important, I use EXT4 myself. You only want HFS+ for direct attached drives.

      The fact that you can make a sparse bundle and write/index it, tells me that you do have the right permissions on the share. Thanks for letting me know how you set yours up, I'll try to replicate and keep you posted.
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    • Spy Alelo wrote:

      The file system is not important, I use EXT4 myself. You only want HFS+ for direct attached drives.

      The fact that you can make a sparse bundle and write/index it, tells me that you do have the right permissions on the share. Thanks for letting me know how you set yours up, I'll try to replicate and keep you posted.
      I'm going to create a new thread with a more meaningful name which will be useful for those searching for a resolution to the same issue. Would be great to continue our brainstorming there :D

      Update: new thread - How to spotlight-index an AFP share - best methods?
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