Test Client: MacPro 2019 96 GB RAM System: BigSur 11.2 3,3 GHz 12-Core Intel Xeon W
1. Test – Difference between MTU Sizes
9000-1500 MTU If you mix the MTU size (Server 9000 and Client 1500) the network speed drops down to 7.53 GBytes / 6.47 Gbits/sec testet with iperf. And about 727 write and 700 read, tested with AJA System Test,
1500-1500 MTU If you use the same default MTU size (Server 1500 and Client 1500) the network speed looks good 10.9 GBytes / 9.35 Gbits/sec testet with iperf. And about 810 write and 785 read, tested with AJA System Test,
9000-9000 MTU If you use the same big MTU size (Server 9000 and Client 9000) the network speed looks good 11.5 GBytes / 9.90 Gbits/sec testet with iperf. And about 865 write and 1076 read, tested with AJA System Test,
Conclusion: If you use the same MTU the Network overhead is less and you get more performance. The best performance is with the MTU 9000
2. Test – AmorphousDiskMark
Searching for a tool do make standardized test I found AmorphousDiskMark from Katsura Shareware. It is a great tool and you can download it form the App Store – Download. It automatically creates 4 different Szenarios (Forum): SEQ1MQD8 – sequential read/write one big file multiple streams SEQ1MQD1 – sequential read/write one big file single streams RND4KQD64 – random read/write many small files multiple streams RND4KQD1 – random read/write many small files single streams
3. Test – AJA System Test
An easy way to test your storage is to use the AJA System Test. You can choose an Target Disk and specify the Test File Size. I would recommend to click on the charts icon on the bottom of the window to open the graphics with the frame number vs MB/secs. Here you can easy see if you get dropped frames or if the peak speed is very high but the average speed is weak.
4. Test – iPerf (Network Storages)
You have to make sure that you network connection to the storage is good and gives you the maximum speed. The easiest way to do this is, using iperf. It is an client – server application and you have to download and start it. You can download it at iperf.fr
The „server“ site can be startet with „iperf3 -s“ and on the client site you use „iperf3 -c <ip-address>“
On you Synology you can easily use it in a docker image by using this command: (Install Docker Package, Enable SSH in the System Settings and then type following)
sudo docker run -it --rm -p 5201:5201 networkstatic/iperf3 -s
You can import pregenerated proxy files into your AXLE media asset management system. This can speed up your workflow, when you do not generate the proxy files on the same machine where your MAM is installed.
First you have to set the „Existing Proxies“ path in the „Advanced“ settings. There you can set the „Location of Existing Proxies:“ to a folder which AXLE should observe.
You have to rename your pregenerated proxy files with the prefix „DC“ example: austria.mp4 -> DCaustria.mp4
Keep the same folder structure like your highres material. The you can move the proxy files itto the import folder. Important you have to create a parent folder with the same name like your catalogs name.
After this you can move the highres material to the AXLE catalog. Depending on the amount of data it should now start to sync the proxy files. Every successful imported file will get an „.done“ as prefix.
The technical specification of the proxy file are „mp4 file h.264 codec with aac audio codec downmixed stereo – The video is 1MB/s 480p“ according to AXLE Support
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