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  1.    18 Mar 2017 #1
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    Very slow file transfer from hyper-v to host drive


    I have my hard drives connected using enhanced mode options to a hyper-v vm (10 pro). I have always had issues with slow file transfer, and was pointed down route of setting up folders as network shares, and I got much faster file transfer times.

    However, I am trying to copy the uup folders and getting very low file speeds e.g 100 kb/s at times r less varying up and down wildly. I know there are thousands of files, so I guess this is having a massive overhead. Any ideas how I can speed this up?
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  2.    18 Mar 2017 #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    I have my hard drives connected using enhanced mode options to a hyper-v vm (10 pro). I have always had issues with slow file transfer, and was pointed down route of setting up folders as network shares, and I got much faster file transfer times.

    However, I am trying to copy the uup folders and getting very low file speeds e.g 100 kb/s at times r less varying up and down wildly. I know there are thousands of files, so I guess this is having a massive overhead. Any ideas how I can speed this up?
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  3.    18 Mar 2017 #3
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    For the iso it took me 18 seconds
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  4.    18 Mar 2017 #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
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    This is what I have been trying - just very slow on uups folders. I am sure issue is related to the vast number of files.
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  5.    18 Mar 2017 #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by cereberus View Post
    This is what I have been trying - just very slow on uups folders. I am sure issue is related to the vast number of files.
    I don't create my own ISO, so I have no UUPS files to test with, sorry
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  6.    18 Mar 2017 #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    I don't create my own ISO, so I have no UUPS files to test with, sorry
    Just copied a large iso - much faster but still slow - around 3 minutes.
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  7.    18 Mar 2017 #7
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    Not a solution to slow copying but you could leave the UPPs where they are.

    Make a Temp VHDX (10GB or so), attach it to your VM and put the UPP conversion tool in there. You can point the tool at the directory containing the UPPs (in SoftwareDistribution or wherever) and it will make the ISO in the Temp VHDX.

    You can then shut down and detach the Temp VHDX. Then you can either mount it in the host or another VM to use the ISO.
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  8.    18 Mar 2017 #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by lx07 View Post
    Not a solution to slow copying but you could leave the UPPs where they are.

    Make a Temp VHDX (10GB or so), attach it to your VM and put the UPP conversion tool in there. You can point the tool at the directory containing the UPPs (in SoftwareDistribution or wherever) and it will make the ISO in the Temp VHDX.

    You can then shut down and detach the Temp VHDX. Then you can either mount it in the host or another VM to use the ISO.
    Good idea - I will try that.
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  9.    19 Mar 2017 #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by lx07 View Post
    Not a solution to slow copying but you could leave the UPPs where they are.

    Make a Temp VHDX (10GB or so), attach it to your VM and put the UPP conversion tool in there. You can point the tool at the directory containing the UPPs (in SoftwareDistribution or wherever) and it will make the ISO in the Temp VHDX.

    You can then shut down and detach the Temp VHDX. Then you can either mount it in the host or another VM to use the ISO.
    Actually. although slow, copying the iso is not that arduous. The key trick was to produce iso in hyper-v, not copy all the files to host. Takes longer to produce iso but that is less of an issue as I can leave hyper-v running in background.

    Cheers pal for a workaround.
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  10.    29 Mar 2017 #10
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    This is still the fastest way to copy from Hyper-V vm to host:

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    In elevated command prompt, assign drive ID for a host share and copy.
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