I'm running latest armbian stretch stable on my HC2 but I read this also from many other os.
Filesystem on attached hdd is ext4.
I simply installed samba and samba-common, made sure it runs on the big cores and also used these settings in smb.conf to make transfer speed faster:
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write cache size = 524288 getwd cache = yes use sendfile = yes min receivefile size = 16384
Initially I installed OMV via armbian-config and with this tweaked OMV and its samba I got 100 mb/s!
Ran into issues and removed OMV, I don't need it anyways, for my use it's overkill.
Are there settings I'm missing here? The speed difference is enormous
I think with HC1/HC2 gigabit nas speeds shouldn't be a problem.
Is there maybe a custom built samba debian package out there that takes care of some tweaks for a 100 mb/s transfer speed via samba?