dns 323 - very slow and sometimes disconnects

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travisb
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dns 323 - very slow and sometimes disconnects

Post by travisb » Sun Jul 15, 2007 8:36 pm

I'm trying to get files copied to my DNS 323 and every other transaction the system (Win XP) gives me the error "The network name is no longer available". At one point the 323's window closed, as if the mapped network drive had gone off the network.

Even when it does connect, the system response between my pc and the NAS varies from ok to very slow (~60 seconds for the NAS to respond)

I'm running the latest fun_plug, TwonkyMedia 4.4 and 1.3 firmware on the 323.

If it helps, here is a printout of the "top" and "free" commands when I telnet into the NAS:

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Mem: 59836K used, 2112K free, 0K shrd, 11044K buff, 40452K cached
Load average: 0.60 0.16 0.05
PID USER STATUS VSZ PPID %CPU %MEM COMMAND
26211 root R 1440 26210 100.0 2.3 top
26210 root S 1440 1115 0.0 2.3 sh
4053 root S 1408 4047 0.0 2.2 twonkymediaserv
4052 root S 1408 4047 0.0 2.2 twonkymediaserv
4051 root S 1408 4047 0.0 2.2 twonkymediaserv
4050 root S 1408 4047 0.0 2.2 twonkymediaserv
4049 root S 1408 4047 0.0 2.2 twonkymediaserv
4048 root S 1408 4047 0.0 2.2 twonkymediaserv
4047 root S 1408 4046 0.0 2.2 twonkymediaserv
4046 root S 1408 4045 0.0 2.2 twonkymediaserv
4045 root S 592 1 0.0 0.9 twonkymedia
3812 root S 1440 1115 0.0 2.3 sh
1115 root S 1448 1 0.0 2.3 telnetd
1070 root S 1560 1 0.0 2.5 crond
1035 root S 1264 1 0.0 2.0 lpd
992 root S 1556 1 0.0 2.5 sh
988 root S 776 1 0.0 1.2 op_server
965 root S 488 1 0.0 0.7 fancontrol
956 root S 2664 1 0.0 4.2 webs
940 root S 524 1 0.0 0.8 chkbutton
865 root SW 0 1 0.0 0.0 md0_raid1

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Here's what free command says:

total used free shared buffers
Mem: 61948 59752 2196 0 11044
Swap: 1060208 0 1060208
Total: 1122156 59752 1062404

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To my very untrained eye it looks like Twonky is using 100% of the CPU. Could this explain the slow system response. If so, what to do?


Thanks,
travisb :!:

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