Guys please help
- QNX 4.25H (CD 2015) installed on a new disk
- TCP/IP 5.0
- two models of NAS disks (experimenting always with only one of them connected) - Seagate NAS110 1TB and Synology DS119j (with 2TB WD Red inside, Synology “OS” formatted the disk with ext4 filesystem - I cannot modify that in no way)
in the same Ethernet network, NFSfsys running, successfully mounted NFSfsys share “Public”.
I can see the share from QNX machine, can copy files (using Q-Commander QNX4 file manager - don’t know which copy “method” it uses) to that share but the files are incomplete (the end of the file is almost always cut) e.g. QNX filesize / NAS filesize (cut):
49 bytes / 0 bytes
53 / 0
2166 / 2048
3857 / 3584
9833 / 9728
477697 / 477696
As lot of them are text files, one can see that the copy (to NFS share) is really missing the end of the file.
Only certain file “sizes” are copied complete OK (uncut), e.g.:
216, 220, 228, 344 bytes
8864, 16324, 26600, 37936, 50244 bytes…
When I am copying the files with cp or mv commands, then the situation is even worse - file is “copied” to NAS Share with 0 (zero) filesize and: cp/mv says: “Host is down”.
What could be the problem? How to solve it?
P.S.: When I try using SMBfsys, then after copying the first file to NAS share SMB mount-point “disappears” (SMBfsys crashes - SIGSEGV).