|26 Oct 2012||#1|
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NFSEx - Read-ahead/Write-behind capabilities for Windows 7 NFS Client
As many of you probably know, the Windows 7 NFS Client is slow comparing with SMB because Microsoft didn't bother to implement RA/WB handling.
After I searched some tweaks to make it faster (Autotuning works from time to time but it's still slow), I decided to to add RA/WB myself by developing a NFS "proxy".
You can find it here: NFSEx.
Give it a try and let me know how it works for you.
I have one little request: My home network is only 100 MBit/s and by using NFSEx I use the full bandwidth for both reading and writing. If anyone with
a Gigabit setup uses NFSEx, can you please let me know how it worked out (and possibly send me some screenshots to upload them on the site)
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