Transfer Speed in DSM vs via Operating System

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Transfer Speed in DSM vs via Operating System

1. root permission via SSH
type command:
sudo -i
then enter Password for the admin
done

2. what HDD
sda, sdb, sdc, ... for Linux name convention in the hdparam command:
when sda is first registered device (HDD or SSD), sdb is second, sdc is third, ... (up to your disks in NAS) ... see in DSM Storage manager

Display information of the hard drive:
sudo hdparm -i /dev/sda
will show you also HDD SerialNo = same serial Nno. you can find in DSM Storage manager

Please see above for my speeds.
 

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