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Then try with Xcopy.

Then try with Robocopy.

 

How much memory does the Server have, in what configuration?

 

Do you know how to use Perfmon?

*cough*

 

I'm going to take a stab at Windows running out of FSTE.

 

Additionally - More test cases - Get a ubunto boot disk, fire it up on a machine, repeat the above tests from it.

Fire both up off ubuntu disk, repeat.

 

I don't think you have a network problem.

Write a quick batch script to copy a 1mb file a 1024 times, locally, so you have a 1gb of 1mb files.

Then write a quick batch to concantenate them into 10 x 100, 4x 256, 2x512, 1x1024.

Repeat tests with each sample.

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I'm leaning towards HDD issues on the Server. Are they RAIDed?

no not raided. im switching out the server OS drive for a brand new WD caviar blue 500 gig drive, as we speak... will report results soon.

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I'm leaning towards HDD issues on the Server. Are they RAIDed?

no not raided. im switching out the server OS drive for a brand new WD caviar blue 500 gig drive, as we speak... will report results soon.

 

Waaaaaaahh.

 

Answer my questions? :|

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i dont really know what you mean vanna.... i dont know what a batch file is ........

 

ok so i can copy to the new OS drive ok.... ! wooo.... some success!

 

dunno about the other drives tho...

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