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I'm setting up a new computer to replace one of my old ones, and part of doing so is extracting my Home folder from a backup I made just before wiping the old one. However, copying from the mounted drive is proceeding at the glacial pace of roughly 80-90 Kb/s (Normal file transfer is working fine at 95 Mb/s), despite the fact that I have a Gigabit Ethernet connection hooked up between the server and target computer. Is there a way to speed up this transfer? At this rate, it'll be another 34 hours or so before it finishes copying.

If it helps, attempting a complete restore is much faster...

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Without more informatin we cannot help. There is no way to "force" a transfer to happen faster. – Ramhound May 14 '12 at 17:41
@Ramhound: What information do you need? – RCIX May 14 '12 at 19:26

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