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[Discuss] any decent NTFS implementations for Linux?

On 7/23/2014 1:18 PM, John Hall wrote:
> I wonder...  What sort of write performance folks get from NTFS drives
> attached to a gigabit router?

Has anyone ever successfully connected a disk drive to router?

But seriously, I typically get 70-80MB/s between nodes over GigE with
1500 byte frames. Consumer disks are the bottleneck, not the network.

Rich P.

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