Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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shypike
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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

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Cpuroast wrote:Did it occur to anyone using a NAS that bypassing this whole issue by running sab directly on the NAS might be the better way to fix this?
Assuming SABnzbd is available for the NAS and works with an acceptable performance.
But given the right conditions, it would solve the problem.

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Re: Slow unpacking after upgrading to OS X 10.9

Post by Cpuroast »

shypike wrote:
Cpuroast wrote:Did it occur to anyone using a NAS that bypassing this whole issue by running sab directly on the NAS might be the better way to fix this?
Assuming SABnzbd is available for the NAS and works with an acceptable performance.
But given the right conditions, it would solve the problem.
Of course :)
The alternative is to use NFS or even AFP if the NAS provides it, bypassing SMBX which is what Apple replaced SAMBA with since 10.7

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