Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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It will take a while before I test.
I'm on the road now.

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Thats ok...i just wanted to clarify that i don't think the problem is related (only) to "unrar"!

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Thanks for the clarification.

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Confirmed, it's a unrar + mavericks + NAS issue.

1) Tried to unpack via command line, using sabnzbd's built in unrar 4.2
Result: slow unpack speed

2) Tried with lastest version of unrar (5.01)
Result: slow unpack speed

This is not a sabnzbd issue.

Also I tried to force SMB1, like many suggestions on google. No success, still getting slow unpack speeds.
Mavericks sucks a lot regarding NAS connection.

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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pharao wrote: Mavericks sucks a lot regarding NAS connection.
In general or just when using unrar?

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Searching forums around web seems to be general. Mainly problems regarding the new implementation of SMB2.

In my case, I don't have problems when direct copying files to NAS.
But I am having a lot of disconnect issues.

The main use of my NAS is sickbeard+sabnzbd, and right now this is a pain in the @&ˆ%$#@#$%. :P

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Hi pharao
Have you read my previous posts?
I thought it was unrar too, but the i switched the settings and i have this right now:
1) temp sabnzb folder on my mac mini
2) temp sickbeard on my mini
3) completed folder on nas

Download is fast, post processing (unrar, repair...) is very fast. But the slow part is when the sickbeard post-processing script copies files from my mini to the NAS. Like 5 hours for 1,2GB file. Manual copy of the same file is fast though...

The SMB2 problem is well known on mavericks and i used some commands to force mavericks using SMB1... Didn't change anything with sabnzb&sickbeard but at least my xbmc doesn't stutter anymore...

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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OK, so far I have only used my NAS through the AFP protocol and not SMB.
That may explain why I haven't noticed this yet.

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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I tried with a NFS share and speed seems to be ok.
It's a SMB issue only, in my case.

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Strakekine wrote:Hi pharao
Have you read my previous posts?
I thought it was unrar too, but the i switched the settings and i have this right now:
1) temp sabnzb folder on my mac mini
2) temp sickbeard on my mini
3) completed folder on nas

Download is fast, post processing (unrar, repair...) is very fast. But the slow part is when the sickbeard post-processing script copies files from my mini to the NAS. Like 5 hours for 1,2GB file. Manual copy of the same file is fast though...

The SMB2 problem is well known on mavericks and i used some commands to force mavericks using SMB1... Didn't change anything with sabnzb&sickbeard but at least my xbmc doesn't stutter anymore...
Hi,

I tried this, but no success.
my temp sabnzbd is local on my mac, my complete folder is on nas. when unpacking i got slow speeds

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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pharao wrote: Hi,

I tried this, but no success.
my temp sabnzbd is local on my mac, my complete folder is on nas. when unpacking i got slow speeds

Strange,
That's 2 different thinks then?! But i think that both are smb related...

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Uptaded today to 10.9.1 and still having SMB issues.

CRAP APPLE!

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Right now I am doing a lot of tests here, I would to share with the experts here.

1) Unpacking local files to NAS directly on command line with rarlabs tool:

$ ../rar/unrar x homeland.s03e11.proper.hdtv.x264-killers.rar /Volumes/NTFS_1TB/done/
Extracting /Volumes/NTFS_1TB/done/Homeland.S03E11.PROPER.HDTV.x264-KILLERS.mp4

Getting 760kb/s transfer speed

2) Unpacking local files to NAS directly on command line with The Unarchiver tool:

../unar1.8.1/unar homeland.s03e11.proper.hdtv.x264-killers.rar -o /Volumes/NTFS_1TB/done/
Homeland.S03E11.PROPER.HDTV.x264-KILLERS.mp4 (388593643 B)...

Getting 760kb/s transfer speed

3) Rsyncing on command line the rar files to same directory:

rsync --progress homeland.s03e11.proper.hdtv.x264-killers.r* /Volumes/NTFS_1TB/done/
homeland.s03e11.proper.hdtv.x264-killers.r00
20000000 100% 4.16MB/s 0:00:04 (xfer#1, to-check=19/20)
homeland.s03e11.proper.hdtv.x264-killers.r01
20000000 100% 3.90MB/s 0:00:04 (xfer#2, to-check=18/20)
homeland.s03e11.proper.hdtv.x264-killers.r02
14450688 72% 3.33MB/s 0:00:01

Getting a very fast transfer, same when I was on montain lion.

4) Copying files on command line to same directory:

cp homeland.s03e11.proper.hdtv.x264-killers.r* /Volumes/NTFS_1TB/done/

Getting the same speed I got on Rsync


The main doubt here is:
If Mavericks have a SMB issue, why on Rsync and Copy I don't have problems?
What could be the main reason for unpack do not work with good speed transfer?

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Checked today and osx is forcing a connection with SMBv1

SERVER_NAME 192.168.1.1
USER_ID 501
SMB_NEGOTIATE AUTO_NEGOTIATE
SMB_VERSION SMB_1

SMB_SHARE_TYPE UNKNOWN
UNIX_SUPPORT TRUE
LARGE_FILE_SUPPORTED TRUE


Almost sure that V1 is causing that behaviour described on my previous post.

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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I am also having this issue and it's a huge pain. Is there a way to direct sabnzb to unrar to local drive and then copy to nas?

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