Mellanox WinOF powershell cmdlets not working in Windows 10 (ConnectX-3 SMB Direct/RDMA)

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  1. Frank173

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    This is from the help

    Thread Description
    Directory search:
    Specify the number of thread to be used for directory search. Increasing number of thread for directory search is effective when directory structure is rather complex, but it does not contribute to the performance so much when directory structure is simple. - make this some small number greater than 1

    Directory copy:
    Specify the number of thread to be used to copy files. Thread number actually identical to the number of copy process executed simultaneously. When 10 is specified, and then 10 files are copied simultaneously. - this is like the /MT for robocopy

    File copy:
    Specified the number of thread to be used to copy a file. This is effective to copy small number of huge file copy. It is not recommended to use more than 1 thread for a file copy as it could consume large size of system resource. (Multiple number of directory copy thread by number of file copy thread. ) - this is the multiple threads per file

    it is recommended (this is from memory) that you have file copy or Directory copy set to 1. and not have both set to values set to values greater than 1 at the same time.

    Chris
     
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    Thanks, I will try it out and report back.

     
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