High speed through SMB caused eth0 down

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    • High speed through SMB caused eth0 down

      OMV2.2.3(Latest), RTL8168b/8111b. I used a router with 100Mbs LAN before and all things OK. Recently, I added a switch with 1Gbs LAN and things go wrong. When writing speed up to 100M/s , SMB will caused a crash and I can't access my OMV anymore , which seems like the network is down(confirm in the syslog).Sometimes, the speed is only at 10M/s and after a while the crash also occured. I have asked one of my friends and he reported the same problem.I have no idea now.
      omv 3.0.84(stable) | 64 bit | 4.9.0 backport kernel | omvextrasorg 3.4.26
    • Are you running the backports kernel? You can install it with the install backports button in omv-extras.
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    • ryecoaaron wrote:

      Are you running the backports kernel? You can install it with the install backports button in omv-extras.


      I've tried and it didn't work. The backports kernel is 3.2.0-4-amd64. Transfer speed(writing) easily dropped from 100m/s to 10m/s and it finally caused the crash.
      omv 3.0.84(stable) | 64 bit | 4.9.0 backport kernel | omvextrasorg 3.4.26
    • Backports kernel is 3.16. Regular kernel is 3.2.

      Usually the kernel just causes slower speeds and/or other features to not work well. I haven't seen samba crash. How do you know samba is crashing or is the transfer just stopping? Is it segfaulting in syslog? What type of media is OMV installed on?
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    • ryecoaaron wrote:

      Backports kernel is 3.16. Regular kernel is 3.2.

      Usually the kernel just causes slower speeds and/or other features to not work well. I haven't seen samba crash. How do you know samba is crashing or is the transfer just stopping? Is it segfaulting…


      Ths. The backports kernel seems working though I don't know why the 3.2.0 kernel(which is newer) will cause problem. The speed seldom reach above 100m/s, but often on 80-90m/s steadily. And the speed won't drop sharply. No crash and eth0 down occured up to now.
      omv 3.0.84(stable) | 64 bit | 4.9.0 backport kernel | omvextrasorg 3.4.26
    • 3.2 < 3.16

      Version numbers with software do not work like real numbers. The second number is typically called the minor version. So 16 is much newer than 2. 3.16 has newer/better drivers and has fixed many problems especially with realtek NICs.
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    • Thank you. A LOT!!!

      I had problem with samba, i could access/read folders, but when i tried to copy stuff (music or videos) the transfer works a few seconds then drop down, and the nas is no more available on the network... had to reboot manually...

      I have searched for 2 weeks, rescan all my parameters, everything was ok !

      I have recently changed my configuration to something more economic ( z97n wifi +g3420 to am1b itx+ 5350 athlon ) and my computer has migrated from seven to 10, and since i was on W10, coying wasn't working. Until i read your post.

      Will all my gratitude, from France.

      Cheers!!! :thumbsup: