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  1. Version 1.0.0

    31 downloads

    We, at computingondemand.com, had been looking for a way to benchmark a NAS in a repeatable form without the need to buy additional software. For us, we had been performing a test in our NAS reviews that benchmarks the speed at which you can transfer a large number of MP3s with consistent file sizes to and from a NAS. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: First, extract the zip (located below) file to c:\mp3test. After that, all you have to do is execute the StartTest shortcut in the c:\mp3testfolder by right clicking it and choosing “Run as Administrator“. Please note that this batch file uses the comm
  2. Version 1.0.0

    26 downloads

    We, at computingondemand.com, had been looking for a way to benchmark a NAS in a repeatable form without the need to buy additional software. For us, we had been performing a test in our NAS reviews that benchmarks the speed at which you can transfer the Avatar ISO to and from a NAS. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: First, extract the zip (located below) file to c:\avatartest. After that, all you have to do is execute the StartTest shortcut in the c:\avatartest folder by right clicking it and choosing “Run as Administrator“. Please note that this batch file uses the command for robocopy and fsutil.
  3. Version 1.0.0

    29 downloads

    We, at computingondemand.com, had been looking for a way to benchmark a NAS in a repeatable form without the need to buy additional software. For us, we had been performing a test in our NAS reviews that benchmarks the speed at which you can transfer a 2gb file to and from a NAS. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: First, extract the zip (located below) file to c:\2gbtest. After that, all you have to do is execute the StartTest shortcut in the c:\2gbtest folder by right clicking it and choosing “Run as Administrator“. Please note that this batch file uses the command for robocopy and fsutil. Windows
  4. Version 1.7.1

    27 downloads

    The Intel® NAS Performance Toolkit (NASPT) is a file system exerciser and analysis tool designed to enable direct measurement of home network attached storage (NAS) performance. Designed to emulate the behavior of an actual application, NASPT uses a set of real world workload traces gathered from typical digital home applications. Traces of high definition video playback and recording, office productivity applications, video rendering/content creation and more provide a broad range of different application behaviors. With the latest version of NASPT, users may even add their own custom traces.
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