Can not copy files to subfolders without getting network timeout, to root of disk - no problem

  • OMV 2.2.14 on x86_64 system with Debian 7.11
    4 NTFS disks (4TB each)
    MS Windows 10 clients (both home and pro)


    * Can not copy files to subfolders without getting network timeout, to root of disk - no problem.
    It works only if on same disk.


    * Also when moving a file from one disk to another, the file still shows on old location until I perform anything else, e g change directory forth and back.

  • x86_64 system

    Not very specific.


    Can not copy files to subfolders without getting network timeout, to root of disk - no problem.

    When copying to the same disk, the files aren't transferred over the network. The copy happens on the OMV box.


    4 NTFS disks

    not a good idea to use ntfs.


    MS Windows 10 clients

    Are they connected to the network via wireless?

    omv 5.6.6 usul | 64 bit | 5.11 proxmox kernel | omvextrasorg 5.6.1
    omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github


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  • "x86_64 system , Not very specific."


    No, what more do you need?



    "not a good idea to use ntfs."


    I know, but I cant rebuild them because I cant backup data anywhere...


    "MS Windows 10 clients
    Are they connected to the network via wireless?"


    Nope. 10/100/1000 switches and 10/100/100 cards

  • No, what more do you need?

    CPU - helps determine if cpu speed is an issue especially when using a fuse filesystem (ntfs).
    RAM - is the system running out of memory
    OS disk - is it installed on a usb stick? is flashmemory installed if it is on a usb stick?


    I cant rebuild them because I cant backup data anywhere...

    seems dangerous...

    omv 5.6.6 usul | 64 bit | 5.11 proxmox kernel | omvextrasorg 5.6.1
    omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github


    Please read this before posting a question.
    Please don't PM for support... Too many PMs!

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