Nas Speed Test

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Internet connection measurement for developers

Speedtest CLI brings the trusted technology and global server network behind Speedtest to the command line. Built for software developers, system administrators and computer enthusiasts alike, Speedtest CLI is the first official Linux-native Speedtest application backed by Ookla®.

With Speedtest CLI, you can easily:

  • Measure internet connection performance metrics like download, upload, latency and packet loss natively without relying on a web browser
  • Test the internet connection of your Linux desktop, a remote server or even lower-powered devices such as the Raspberry Pi® with the Speedtest Server Network™
  • Set up automated scripts to collect connection performance data, including trends over time
  • Use Speedtest in your programs by wrapping it in the programming language of your choice
  • View test results via CSV, JSONL or JSON

Install Options

Download Speedtest CLI

Speedtest CLI is maintained by the Ookla team. For assistance, please direct all inquiries to [email protected]

Nas File Transfer Speed Test

macOS

Installing via brew will ensure you are always running the most up-to-date version of Speedtest CLI. You should update brew as frequently as possible.

Windows

Available for x86_64 only.

Linux

Available for: i386, x86_64, arm32, arm32hf, and arm64.

FreeBSD

Available for x86_64 only.

Our mission at Ookla is to make the internet better and faster for everyone by providing data and insights on real-world internet performance and quality. With billions of tests and coverage scans worldwide, we meet you where you are with apps for the devices you use most.

Nas Speed Test

Just a quick note on possibilities available to do some bench-marking of NAS performance. Quite often Blackmagic Disk Speed Test or Intel NAS Performance Toolkit are being used for this. But there are some problems with those: first one is nice and cool but for Mac only, second is good but no longer supported by Intel as it reached its EoL.

So if you look for the other options you may use the following:

ToTu Soft LAN Speed Test – they have commercial and free versions, and promise to deliver Mac OS release soon.

NAS performance tester by Ulrik D. Hansen, absolutely free and with source code available (though it only measures read/write speed values).

I really liked this last option as it is portable and allowed me to do some quick tests against iSCSI target hosted on my Synology DS415+ (gigabit Ethernet connection; 1 drive only, no RAID, both data and header digests enabled). You may see test results below.

Using 400 Mb file:

Synology Nas Speed Test App

The same test run a bit later with both header and data digests disabled:

True Nas Speed Test Video

Using 8000 Mb file:

And here is the same test with digests disabled:

Of course this is quick and dirty measurement, but at least now I have some baseline and tool to measure how changes in my infrastructure or its configuration influence performance. For example I saw interesting reports that NFS share on Synology outperform iSCSI target (at least in terms of IOps), and in other source there were graphs showing negligible performance cost of iSCSI digests (alongside these graphs that material emphasized importance of data integrity you gain with digests), but it will be nice to verify all these claims.

Synology Internet Speed Test

UPDATE (20.03.2015): I did the same tests with disabled digests (see additional screenshots above), so performance cost is not entirely negligible, especially for read and for large chunks of date.