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Microsoft Azure Tifs are slow when storing images to LF

asked on November 8

A client is wanting to use Azure storage for their older images. They created a unc path and are using that for the Azure volume. In testing we see when a 700 page 50mb PDF is stored to LF it takes about a minute to store. If the same document in TIF form is stored it takes 15 minutes. This is also true if we try and migrate it from a local volume to the Azure storage. Has anyone experienced this before. If so how did you resolve it?

 

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replied on November 8

Are there any bandwidth limitations that may be an issue? Check to make sure that you are getting the outbound bandwidth that you expect.

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replied on November 9

I don't believe so. The files are the same size.

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replied on November 12

Have you tried writing to the UNC paths directly with a test program, to remove LFS from the equation?  If the amount of total data is the same, it would suggest that there's a high overhead for each file - maybe high latency.

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replied on November 12

We did not try a test program. We did use drag and drop from the server to the UNC path. That worked quickly.

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