eSata slow bananapi

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    • eSata slow bananapi

      I'm unable to solve this and hoping you might be able to help me. One day, seemingly out of nowhere, my transfer speeds went from ~30MB/s down to ~3MB/s. After lots of testing, I found that the attached storage is the only thing that's slow. iperf is fast, writing to the sdcard is fast, but writing to the external hdd is painfully slow.

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      1. dd if=/dev/zero of=output bs=10M count=20 && rm -r output
      2. 20+0 records in
      3. 20+0 records out
      4. 209715200 bytes (210 MB, 200 MiB) copied, 113.76 s, 1.8 MB/s

      I've taken the hdd out of the system and connected it to another computer. In so doing, I was able to get speeds of +120MB/s so it's not the drive itself.

      I've also tried a new image to see if any of my settings somehow borked the esata connection but experience the same abysmal speeds.

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