Merhaba Ewald,

You can read thread. There is special 
mount options for Linux and also for FreeBSD give it a try.


Monday, August 3, 2009, 11:55:16 AM, you wrote:

> Hi,

> I've got a FreeBSD 7.2 box (HP C-class Blade - AMD dual core Opteron
> (x64), 4GB RAM, Broadcom NetXtreme II BCM5706) that should be
> connected to a NetApp 3170 filer via NFS.

> Out of the box, with nothing tuned (no special parameters for
> mount_nfs, no kernel tuning), performance is very sluggish: I've got
> ~250Mbit/sec performance with peaks around 400Mbit/sec.

> Sure enough, neither CPU (server and NetApp) nor network performance
> is the problem here - it must be something NFS-related.

> Any ideas on how to increas my NFS-performance? (Special mount
> parameters, kernel tuning,...)

> Thanks in advance for any clue,
> -ewald

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