I use a up to date Version, i guess:
NextCloudPi version v1.25.0
Nextcloud version :18.0.4
Operating system and version : Debian GNU/Linux 10
Apache or nginx version : Apache/2.4.38 (Debian)
PHP version _: 7.3.14
mysql version : 10.3.22
odroid H2 with
Prozessor: Intel® Celeron® J4105 CPU @ 1.50GHz (4 cores)
Speicher: 3.7 GB
I have an 2Gbit Connection to My Computer
I got an Raid with Read/Write Performance 140/120
Either CPU or Ram goes above 40% … while copy files
But still i don’t get more Then 70 Read/write with samba or direct via Nextcloud…
Any Idea where could be the Bottleneck?
My Computer could easy download with full gbit Speed from WWW
that’s not neccessarily a problem of nextcloud (could be though). could be a problem of your hardware, as well… have you checked out for general performance problems with it? maybe aunt google knows more?
i don’t find anythink, and there is a lot of used power i guess…
how much ram is granted to php?
in the php.ini memory_limit is -1 so unlimited i would say
if -1 means unlimited, of course
how much ram is installed with your odroid h2?
4GB, but when i coppy files, the 4gb never used
how’s your hardware connected to the net? wired? or wireless?
How exactly do you bundle the two 1Gbit lines? Tried only with one as for 140, 1Gbit should be almost sufficient?
Also, a lot of normal routers can’t manage full Gbit even though they claim to have Gbit ports, which would fit to the 70 mb/s you are seeing. Same for a pfsense (single core routing only) firewall.
Last but not least, ethernet cables can make a big difference. Try Cat6.
i’m using a TP-Link TL-SG1008D switch with a Switch Independent mode …, but bevor i used only one with the same result
i did a ftp test now… it’s bad too so i guess i have other problems