QNAP TS-869U-RP 8-Bay Rackmount NAS Review

by - 7 years ago

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In the directory copy to NAS test, a directory tree representing that of a typical commercially available office suite is copied to the NAS to trace the bulk copy of a complex directory. A total of 2833 files making up 247MB are moved but the file sizes vary considerably with an average size of 41.4kB.  Due to the varying sizes of the files, only around 50% of the writes are sequential.

The increased number of drives here helps the RAID0 array with the larger number of small writes that are made to the file system with speeds just under 25MB/s.

Article Index

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging
  3. A Closer Look
  4. NAS Features
  5. Testing Method
  6. HD Video Playback
  7. 2x HD Video Playback
  8. 4x HD Video Playback
  9. HD Video Record
  10. HD Playback & Record
  11. Content Creation
  12. Office Productivity
  13. File Copy to NAS
  14. File Copy from NAS
  15. Directory Copy to NAS
  16. Directory Copy from NAS
  17. Photo Album
  18. Final Thoughts
  19. View All

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2 Comments on QNAP TS-869U-RP 8-Bay Rackmount NAS Review

  • Wayne says:

    Boy O boy. Reviews about NAS Servers & their ilk is about as interesting as watching paint dry. This kind of equipment is specifically tailored for the enterprise market.

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