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post #11 of 17
Nobody said or thinks your stupid. We've all overlooked simple answers before. We're just trying to cover all the bases. You haven't filled in your sig and we're not even sure what type of hardrives or other equipment you're using.
    
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To fix this, I can usually change Interrupt Moderation and Flow control from On to Off, and then back on again on both computers, and magically the speed is back up again.
You seem to know what you're talking about, which is odd for around here. I wonder if your throughput issue has something to do with tcp windowing or if it's just a coincidence. Have you used wireshark or tcpdump to check the windowing of your transfers?
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Nobody said or thinks your stupid.
Don't listen to him. No one likes you..
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Sorry if my last response was a little rude. I was very frustrated. I have to make deadlines and I can't deal with this networking bull.



I reverded both machines to stock Microsoft drivers (08 and 09 LOL) and random r/w performance increased. The large file problem is solved, and the lots of tiny files problems is half solved. I can deal with 2 minutes wait, but not 19 hours to copy over 12,000 files.

Thanks for the help, +rep
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Why don't you archive all your small files into a single large .ZIP or .7Z file then transfer that?

Yes, you will have to wait a few minutes while building and extracting the archive but the data transfer will go much faster as it's a single file.
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I would agree with MCBrown.

Seek times on small items can kill transfer speeds. Also, if you don't want to deal with compressing items, you can try making an image of directory and transfer the image file over.
 
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post #17 of 17
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To fix this, I can usually change Interrupt Moderation and Flow control from On to Off, and then back on again on both computers, and magically the speed is back up again.
I take it that you've tried turning those settings off permanently on both cards? They should never be turned on, at least for reasonably modern equipment.
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